General Sir Banastre Tarleton, 1st Baronet, GCB (21 August 1754 – 15 January 1833) - much maligned for his part (on the British side) in the American Revolutionary war; a career officer. The love of Perdita Robinson's life. Fabulous in those thigh tight breeches and boots!
Unknown artist, Sir Thomas Wodehouse, 2nd Baronet, aged 19, 1605. (c.1585–1658), Son of Sir Philip Wodehouse, 1st Baronet, of Kimberley, Norfolk, and Grizell, dau. of William Yelverton. MP for Thetford 1640-1653, High Sheriff of Norfolk in 1624. married Blanche, dau. of John Carey, 3rd Baron Hunsdon (grandson Mary Boleyn).
Monument to Lord Edward Seymour (d.1593) of Berry Pomeroy, Devon. North wall of north aisle Seymour Chapel, Berry Pomeroy Church, Devon. Lord Edward is the topmost reclining effigy, below whom is his son Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Baronet (d.1613), and the latter's wife at the lowest level, Elizabeth Champernowne.
Diana Mitford, the Hon. Lady Mosley. In 1936, she married Sir Oswald Mosley, 6th Baronet of Ancoat at the home of Germany's Dr. Joseph Goebbels, with Führer and Chancellor Adolph Hitler a guest of honour. Speculation of a mutual sympathy between Hitler and Britain's King Edward VIII subsequently the Duke of Windsor and the Duchess, was related to their common friendship with the Mosleys.
General Sir Banastre Tarleton, 1st Baronet (1754-1833) was a British soldier & politician. He is today probably best remembered for his military service during the American Revolutionary War. He became the focal point of a propaganda campaign claiming that he had fired upon surrendering Continental Army troops at the Battle of Waxhaws. In a publication The Green Dragoon: The Lives of Banastre Tarleton & Mary Robinson by Robert D. Bass (published in 1952) he was given the nickname "Bloody…