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Edward II's tomb at Gloucester Cathedral. 1327

Plantagenet Burial Sites King Edward II at Gloucester Cathedral

The tomb of Katherine of Aragón at Peterborough Cathedral

The tomb of Katherine of Aragón, Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

Katherine of Aragon was laid to rest on 29 January 1536 in Peterborough Cathedral, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England

Katherine of Aragon was laid to rest on 29 January 1536 in Peterborough Cathedral - Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England

THE RICHNESS OF DEATH—John Keats was not the only foreigner who came to Rome hoping the Italian sun would restore his health. Devereux Plantagenet Cockburn is shown with his beloved dog and wrapped in a blanket on the monument to him above. The first-born son of Sir William Cockburn “was beloved by all who knew him, and most precious to his parents and family, who had sought his health in many foreign climes. He departed this life in Rome, aged 21 years.”    Although it is p...

THE RICHNESS OF DEATH—John Keats was not the only foreigner who came to Rome hoping the Italian sun would restore his health. Devereux Plantagenet Cockburn is shown with his beloved dog and wrapped in a blanket on the monument to him above. The first-born son of Sir William Cockburn “was beloved by all who knew him, and most precious to his parents and family, who had sought his health in many foreign climes. He departed this life in Rome, aged 21 years.” Although it is p...

The tomb and shrine of Saint Edward the Confessor, Westminster Abbey

Sat in a mass in this shrine, and was surrounded by the tombs of kings (Shrine and tomb of Edward the Confessor, Westminster Abbey, London, England)

Tomb in York Minster of Walter de Gray, Archbishop of York (died 1 May 1255) Gray was present at the signing of Magna Carta in June 1215.

Grave Marker- Tomb in York Minster of Walter de Gray, Archbishop of York (died 1 May Gray was present at the signing of Magna Carta in June

RESTING PLACE OF EDWARD VI - 12 OCT 1537 - 6 JULY 1553. THE ONLY MALE HEIR OF HENRY VIII. EDWARD'S MOTHER IS QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR. - WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

Edward VI The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, Edward VI succeeded his father as King in He was the third Tudor monarch. Edward VI died at Greenwich Palace on 6 July 1553 and was buried at the Lady Chapel at Westminster Abbey.

Dart's Westminster Abbey Tomb - "EDMUND CROUCHBACK, EARL OF LANCASTER (SON OF HENRY III)" - Copper Engraving - 1723

Dart's Tomb - EDMUND CROUCHBACK, EARL OF LANCASTER - Copper Engraving - 1723

Tomb of 1st Earl of Rutland, St Mary's church, Bottesford - Tomb of 1st Earl of Rutland, St Mary's church, Bottesford Thomas Manners and his wife Countess Eleanor. Thomas Manners (c. 1488–1543), son of the 12th Baron de Ros of Hamlake, Truibut and Belvoir, was created Earl of Rutland in the peerage of England in 1525. His mother, Anne St Leger, was Richard Plantagenet's granddaughter.

Thomas Manners and his wife Countess Eleanor. Thomas Manners (c. son of the Baron de Ros of Hamlake, Truibut and Belvoir, was created Earl of Rutland in the peerage of England in His mother, Anne St Leger,.

Queen Elizabeth One's Grave

Elizabeth I Westminister Abbey

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