Trekking Wales - Offa's Dyke Round Trip and Glyndwr's Way Saint Nicholas church in Montgomery. Herbert effigy of Sir Richard and his wife Magdalen (Newport). cousin, once removed to William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke; husband to Lady Anne (Parr).
Crusader King Richard I (known as the Lionheart), son of Eleanor of Aquitane and King Henry II. - His effigy at Fontevraud. One of the beautiful, golden Plantagenets - lying beside his parents, who founded the powerful dynasty
Alabaster effigy of Thomas Plantagenet, the Duke of Clarence, Henry V's brother, who was killed in the Battle of Bauge in in full plate armor and a Lancastrian collar, from Saint Michael's Chapel in Canterbury Cathedral.
Sir Richard Cholmondeley was distinguished military officer who fought at Flodden Field in Soon after he was appointed Lieutenant of the Tower of London, he created for himself and his wife a very fine tomb.
English royalty, queen consort of Henry VII. Daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. She married Henry on January 1486 at Westminster, symbolically ending the Wars of the Roses by joining the houses of York and Lancaster under the house of Tudor.