Worcestershire

On 29 Sep 1210 Mabel Marmion Baroness Burford 1160-1210 (50) died at Worcestershire

On Dec 1642 John Talbot 1577-1611 was imprisoned at Worcestershire

Aldington

Beauchamp

Around 1305 Roger Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Bletsoe 1305-1380 was born to Walter Beauchamp 1243-1303 and Alice Tosny 1238- at Beauchamp, Worcestershire

Around 1435 Elizabeth Stafford Baroness Beauchamp Powick 1435-1466 was born to Humphrey Stafford 1400-1467 and Eleanor Aylesbury 1406-1478 (28) at Beauchamp, Worcestershire

Besford

Around Sep 1417 William Clopton 1382-1417 (35) died at Besford, Worcestershire.

Bewdley

Tickenhill Manor

Marriage of Arthur Tudor and Catherine of Aragon

On 14 Nov 1501 Arthur Prince of Wales (15) and Catherine of Aragon Queen Consort England 1485-1536 were married at St Paul's Cathedral by Henry Deane Archbishop Canterbury -1503 assisted by William Warham Archbishop Canterbury 1450-1532 (51) and a further eighteen bishops.
Cecily York Viscountess Welles 1469-1507 bore the train, Thomas Grey 2nd Marquess Dorset 1477-1530 (24) was Chief Answerer. Robert Radclyffe 1st Earl Sussex 1483-1542 and Edward Stafford 3rd Duke Buckingham 1478-1521 (23) attended.
Thomas Englefield Speaker of the House of Commons 1453-1514 was appointed Knight of the Bath
Immediately after their marriage Arthur Prince of Wales (15) and Catherine of Aragon Queen Consort England 1485-1536 resided at Tickenhill Manor, Bewdley, Worcestershire for a month.
Thereafter they travelled to Ludlow, Shropshire.

Tickenhill Palace

Bordesley Abbey

In 1151 Roger Fitzmiles 2nd Earl Hereford 1124-1155 (26) founded the Cistercia Flaxby Abbey on the spot where his father Miles Gloucester 1st Earl Hereford -1143 had been accidentally kiled whilst hunting. The Monks came from Bordesley Abbey, Worcestershire.

In 1359 Elizabeth Beauchamp Baroness Astley 1316-1359 died at Bordesley Abbey, Worcestershire

Bromsgrove

St John the Baptist Church

On 10 Sep 1549 John Talbot 1485-1549 died at Albrighton, Shropshire. He was buried at St John the Baptist Church, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Cokesey

Around 1452 Thomas Greville 1452-1497 was born to John Greville 1427-1480 at Cokesey, Worcestershire

Crome D'Abitot

St Mary Magdalene's Church

On 27 Oct 1661 Thomas Coventry 2nd Baron Coventry 1606-1661 died at Lincoln's Inn Fields, Holborn, Camden, City of London. He was buried at St Mary Magdalene's Church, Crome D'Abitot, Worcestershire. His son George Coventry 3rd Baron Coventry 1628-1680 succeeded as 3rd Baron Coventry.

Defford

Around 1185 Geoffrey Despencer 1185-1251 was born to Thomas Despencer 1169-1218 and Recuara Harcourt 1162-1200 (23) at Defford, Worcestershire

Around 1206 Emma Harcourt 1206-1265 was born to Richard Harcourt 1203-1258 (3) and Arabella Quincy 1186-1258 (19) at Defford, Worcestershire

In 1261 Adam Despencer 1261-1349 was born to John Despencer 1235-1274 at Defford, Worcestershire

Around 1263 William Despencer 1263-1330 was born to John Despencer 1235-1274 at Defford, Worcestershire

Around 1330 William Despencer 1263-1330 died at Defford, Worcestershire

In 1349 Adam Despencer 1261-1349 died at Defford, Worcestershire

Dudley

Around 1225 Margaret Somery Baroness Basset Drayton 1225-1293 was born to Roger Somery 2nd Baron Dudley 1190-1273 (35) and Nicole Daubigny Baroness Dudley 1210-1240 in Dudley, Worcestershire

On 18 Jun 1293 Margaret Somery Baroness Basset Drayton 1225-1293 (68) died in Dudley, Worcestershire

oN 14 Feb 1492 William Willoughby 1430-1492 died at Dudley, Worcestershire

Elmley

Elmley Castle

Around 1090 Walter Beauchamp 1090-1131 was born to Hugh Beauchamp 1040-1115 and Matilda Adeliza Taillebois 1044-1130 (46) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1105 William Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp 1105-1170 was born to Walter Beauchamp 1090-1131 and Emmeline Arbetot Urse at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1140 Emma Beauchamp 1140-1192 was born to William Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp 1105-1170 and Bertha Braose Baroness Beauchamp 1135-1200 at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

In 1170 William Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp 1105-1170 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire. He was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. His son William Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp 1142-1197 succeeded as 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Elmley in Worcestershire

In 1195 Walter Beauchamp 1195-1236 was born to William Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp 1142-1197 and Jeanne de Saint-Valéry Saint-Valéry Baroness Beauchamp at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

Around 1197 William Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp 1142-1197 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

Around 1215 William Beauchamp 1215-1268 was born to Walter Beauchamp 1195-1236 and Joan Mortimer 1197-1225 at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

On 14 Apr 1236 Walter Beauchamp 1195-1236 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

Around 1243 Walter Beauchamp 1243-1303 was born to William Beauchamp 1215-1268 and Isabel Maudit at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1251 Sybil Beauchamp 1251- was born to William Beauchamp 1215-1268 and Isabel Maudit at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

Before 15 Jan 1322 Bartholomew Badlesmere 1st Baron Badlesmere 1275-1322 sacked Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire.

On 19 Aug 1557 Francis Savage 1528-1557 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1623 Thomas Savage 1623-1655 was born to Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (33) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1625 William Savage 1625- was born to Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (35) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1627 Giles Savage 1627- was born to Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (37) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1629 John Savage 1629-1631 was born to Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (39) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Around 1631 Mary Savage 1631- was born to Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (41) at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

In 1631 John Savage 1629-1631 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

On 11 Jun 1674 Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (84) died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Walter Beauchamp 1090-1131 and Emmeline Arbetot Urse were married. She, being the heir of her father, brought Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire into the possession of Walter Beauchamp. It remained the family seat until his descendant William Beauchamp 1215-1268 married Isabel Maudit by which Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire came in to the possession of the Beauchamp family.

Giles Savage 1627- died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

Mary Savage 1631- died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire

St Mary the Virgin Church

In 1170 William Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp 1105-1170 died at Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worcestershire. He was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. His son William Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp 1142-1197 succeeded as 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Elmley in Worcestershire

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 07 Aug 1616 William Savage 1554-1616 was buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to William Savage 1554-1616, Giles Savage 1585-1631 and Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (26). Alabaster table tomb. She holding a chrisom child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth.
At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

Evesham

On 23 Feb 1238 Hugh Despencer 1197-1238 died at Evesham, Worcestershire. He was buried at Evesham Abbey, Evesham, Worcestershire

Evesham Abbey

On 23 Feb 1238 Hugh Despencer 1197-1238 died at Evesham, Worcestershire. He was buried at Evesham Abbey, Evesham, Worcestershire

Feckenham

07 May 1461. Middleham Castle, Middleham, Yorkshire. Patent Rolls. Edward IV. 1461. The like (Grant for life) to the said earl of the offices of steward of the manor or lordship of Fekenham, co Worcester, and master forester and rider of the kings forst of Fekenham with the custody of the king's park of Fekenham and the stank there, with the accustomed fees. By other latters patent.

Feckenham Forest

07 May 1461. Middleham Castle, Middleham, Yorkshire. Patent Rolls. Edward IV. 1461. The like (Grant for life) to the said earl of the offices of steward of the manor or lordship of Fekenham, co Worcester, and master forester and rider of the kings forst of Fekenham with the custody of the king's park of Fekenham and the stank there, with the accustomed fees. By other latters patent.

Frankley

On 28 Oct 1519 John Lyttleton 1519-1590 was born at Frankley, Worcestershire

On 15 Feb 1590 John Lyttleton 1519-1590 (70) died at Frankley, Worcestershire

Grafton

In 1400 Humphrey Stafford 1400-1467 was born to Humphrey Stafford 1370-1419 and Elizabeth Burdett 1384-1419 (16) at Grafton, Worcestershire

Around 1426 Humphrey Stafford 1426-1486 was born to Humphrey Stafford 1400-1467 and Eleanor Aylesbury 1406-1478 (19) at Grafton, Worcestershire

Around 1426 Humphrey Stafford 1426- was born to Humphrey Stafford 1400-1467 and Eleanor Aylesbury 1406-1478 (19) at Grafton, Worcestershire

In 1452 Gilbert Talbot 1452-1517 was born to John Talbot 2nd Earl Shrewsbury, 2nd Earl Waterford 1417-1460 (34) and Elizabeth Butler Countess Shrewsbury, Countess Waterford 1424-1473 (28) at Grafton, Worcestershire

Around 1460 Joyce Stafford 1460- was born to Humphrey Stafford 1426-1486 and Catherine Fray at Grafton, Worcestershire

Around 1471 Anne Stafford 1471- was born to Humphrey Stafford 1426-1486 and Catherine Fray at Grafton, Worcestershire

In 1490 Richard Neville 2nd Baron Latimer Snape 1468-1530 and Anne Stafford 1471- were married at Grafton, Worcestershire

In 1541 John Talbot 1541-1611 was born to Francis Talbot 5th Earl Shrewsbury, 5th Earl Waterford 1500-1560 (41) and Mary Dacre 1502-1538 at Grafton, Worcestershire

Hampton Lovett

In 1298 Ralph Blount 1229-1298 died at Hampton Lovett, Worcestershire

Hanley Castle

Before 15 Jan 1322 Bartholomew Badlesmere 1st Baron Badlesmere 1275-1322 sacked Hanley Castle, Worcestershire.

Inkberrow

Egioke Manor

Kidderminster

On 15 Dec 1560 Christopher Allen 1560-1638 was born to William Allen 1532-1594 (28) in Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Leek Wooton

Blacklow Hill

Execution of Piers Gaveston

On 19 Jun 1312 Piers Gaveston 1st Earl Cornwall 1284-1312 was taken to Blacklow Hill, Leek Wooton, Worcestershire where he was beheaded. Blacklow Hill, Leek Wooton, Worcestershire being outside of the Guy Beauchamp 10th Earl Warwick 1272-1315 's lands. Gaveston's body was left where it lay eventually being recovered by Dominican friars who took it to Oxford, Oxfordshire. .

Madrefield

In 1542 Margaret Greville 1492-1542 (50) died at Madrefield, Worcestershire

Malvern

In 1290 Thomas Cantilupe Bishop Hereford 1218-1282 had a dispute with Gilbert "Red Earl" Clare 7th Earl Gloucester, 6th Earl Hertford 1243-1295 (46) over hunting rights in Malvern, Worcestershire

On 07 Oct 1869 George Rice-Trevor 4th Baron Dynevor 1795-1869 (74) died at Malvern, Worcestershire. His first cousin Francis Rice-Trevor 5th Baron Dynevor -1862 succeeded as 5th Baron Dynevor of Dynevor in Camarthenshire

Great Malvern Priory

On 03 May 1834 Spencer Bulkeley Wynn 3rd Baron Newborough 1803-1888 (30) and Frances Maria De Winton Baroness Newborough were married at Great Malvern Priory, Malvern, Worcestershire. Frances Maria De Winton Baroness Newborough by marriage Baroness Newborough of Newborough in County Wexford (2C 1776)

Madresfield Court

On 12 May 1823 William Lygon 2nd Earl Beauchamp 1783-1823 (40) died at Madresfield Court, Malvern, Worcestershire

Martley

In 1251 Geoffrey Despencer 1185-1251 died at Martley, Worcestershire

Ombersley

St Andrew's Church

On 05 Apr 1685 Samuel Sandys 1615-1685 died. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Ombersley, Worcestershire

On 04 Aug 1701 Samuel Sandys 1637-1701 died. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Ombersley, Worcestershire

Packington

On 24 Dec 1824 Heneage Finch 6th Earl Aylesford 1824-1871 was born to Heneage Finch 5th Earl Aylesford 1786-1859 and Augusta Sophia Greville Countess Aylesford -1845 at Packington, Worcestershire

Pershore

On Feb 1323 Isabel Beauchamp 1246-1323 died at Pershore, Worcestershire.

The Angel Hotel

On 05 Nov 1818 Edward Herbert 2nd Earl Powis 1818-1891 was born to Edward Herbert 2nd Earl Powis 1785-1848 (33) and Lucy Graham Countess Powis 1793-1875 at The Angel Hotel, Pershore, Worcestershire.

Powick

In 1365 William Beauchamp 1365-1430 was born to Walter Beauchamp 1364-1430 and Elizabeth Roches at Powick, Worcestershire

In 1409 John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Powick 1409-1475 was born to William Beauchamp 1365-1430 and Catherine Ufflet at Powick, Worcestershire

Around 1413 Margaret Ferrers Baroness Beauchamp Powick was born to Edmund Ferrers 5th Baron Ferrers Chartley 1386-1435 and Helen Roche Baroness Ferrers Chartley in Powick, Worcestershire.

On 08 May 1430 William Beauchamp 1365-1430 died at Powick, Worcestershire

Around 1435 Richard Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp Powick 1435-1503 was born to John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Powick 1409-1475 and Margaret Ferrers Baroness Beauchamp Powick at Powick, Worcestershire

On 09 Apr 1475 John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Powick 1409-1475 died at Powick, Worcestershire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire. His son Richard Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp Powick 1435-1503 succeeded as 2nd Baron Beauchamp Powick in Worcestershire. Elizabeth Stafford Baroness Beauchamp Powick 1435-1466 by marriage Baroness Beauchamp Powick in Worcestershire.

Rock

Around 1270 Walter Blount 1270-1316 was born to William Blount 1233-1316 and Isabel Beauchamp 1246-1323 at Rock, Worcestershire

In 1316 Walter Blount 1270-1316 died at Rock, Worcestershire

In 1390 Thomas Blount 1390-1456 was born to Walter Blount 1348-1403 and Sancha Toledo at Rock, Worcestershire

In 1421 Humphrey Blount 1421-1477 was born to John Blount 1377-1443 and Alice Bere at Rock, Worcestershire

Around 1450 John Blount 3rd Baron Mountjoy 1450-1485 was born to Walter Blount 1st Baron Mountjoy 1416-1474 and Helena Byron Baroness Mountjoy at Rock, Worcestershire.

Rouse Lench

Rouse Lench Court

Salwarpe

On 28 Jan 1382 Richard Beauchamp 13th Earl Warwick 1382-1439 was born to Thomas Beauchamp 12th Earl Warwick 1338-1401 (43) and Margaret Ferrers Countess Warwick at Salwarpe, Worcestershire.

In 1549 John Talbot 1549-1581 was born to John Talbot 1485-1549 and Elizabeth Wrottesley 1514-1558 (35) at Salwarpe, Worcestershire

In 1577 John Talbot 1577-1611 was born to John Talbot 1549-1581 and Olive Sherington 1553-1646 (24) at Salwarpe, Worcestershire

Salwarpe Manor

On 05 Sep 1577 Sharington Talbot 1577-1642 was born to John Talbot 1549-1581 and Olive Sherington 1553-1646 (24) in Salwarpe Manor, Salwarpe, Worcestershire.

Sodington

In 1298 John Blount 1298-1358 was born to Walter Blount 1270-1316 and Joanna Sodington at Sodington, Worcestershire

After 1345 John Blount 1345-1425 was born to John Blount 1298-1358 and Isolde Mountjoy at Sodington, Worcestershire

In 1438 John Blount 1438-1479 was born to John Blount 1410-1434 at Sodington, Worcestershire

Around 1464 Peter Blount 1464-1527 was born to John Blount 1438-1479 at Sodington, Worcestershire

In 1496 Thomas Blount 1496-1563 was born to Peter Blount 1464-1527 at Sodington, Worcestershire

Strensham

In 1340 John Russell 1340-1405 was born to Robert Russell of Strensham 1314-1376 at Strensham, Worcestershire

Tardebigge

St Bartholomew's Church

On 10 Jun 1701 Thomas Cookes 2nd Baronet Courten Aldington 1648-1701 was buried in St Bartholomew's Church, Tardebigge, Worcestershire.

Windsor-Clive Family Plot

After 20 Jul 1833 Other Archer Windsor 6th Earl Plymouth 1789-1833 was buried at Windsor-Clive Family Plot, St Bartholomew's Church, Tardebigge, Worcestershire

In 1908 Robert Windsor-Clive 1884-1908 (24) died. He was buried at Windsor-Clive Family Plot, St Bartholomew's Church, Tardebigge, Worcestershire

On 06 Mar 1923 Robert George Windsor-Clive 1st Earl Plymouth 1857-1923 (65) died at Great Cumberland Place, Westminster. He was buried at Windsor-Clive Family Plot, St Bartholomew's Church, Tardebigge, Worcestershire. His son Ivor Windsor-Clive 2nd Earl Plymouth 1889-1943 (34) succeeded as 2nd Earl Plymouth in Devon (3C 1905). Irene Corona Charteris Countess Plymouth 1902-1989 by marriage Countess Plymouth in Devon (3C 1905).

On Aug 1944 Alberta Victoria Sarah Caroline Paget Countess Plymouth 1863-1944 (80) was buried at Windsor-Clive Family Plot, St Bartholomew's Church, Tardebigge, Worcestershire

Tenbury

In 1215 Hawise Botreaux 1215-1301 was born to John Botreaux 1190-1215 (25) and Hawise Newmarche 1205-1264 (9) at Tenbury, Worcestershire

In 1215 John Botreaux 1190-1215 (25) died at Tenbury, Worcestershire

Around 1215 Roger Clifford 1215-1286 was born to Roger Clifford 1189-1232 and Sybil Ewyas 1178-1236 (37) at Tenbury, Worcestershire

In 1264 Hawise Newmarche 1205-1264 (59) died at Tenbury, Worcestershire

On Apr 1301 Hawise Botreaux 1215-1301 (86) died at Tenbury, Worcestershire

Timberlake

In 1316 William Blount 1233-1316 died at Timberlake, Worcestershire

Wickhamford

St John the Baptist Church

On 18 Aug 1623 Samuel Sandys 1560-1623 died. He was buried in St John the Baptist Church, Wickhamford, Worcestershire

On 06 Sep 1623 Edwin Sandys 1591-1623 died. He was buried in St John the Baptist Church, Wickhamford, Worcestershire

Worcester

On 30 Mar 1290 Joyce Zouche 1255-1290 died at Worcester, Worcestershire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

On 27 Jan 1466 Elizabeth Stafford Baroness Beauchamp Powick 1435-1466 died at Worcester, Worcestershire

Around 1520 Nicholas Bullingham Bishop Lincoln 1520-1576 was born in Worcester, Worcestershire.

Battle of Worcester

On 03 Sep 1651 at the Battle of Worcester Charles II King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (21) Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector 1599-1658 (52) commanded the Parliamentary army with Charles Howard 1st Earl Carlisle 1629-1685 (22). In the Royalist army Francis Talbot 11th Earl Shrewsbury, 11th Earl Waterford 1623-1667 (28), Thomas Blagge 1613-1660 (38) and Archibald Campbell 9th Earl Argyll 1629-1685 fought. Thomas Wentworth 1st Earl Cleveland 1591-1667 was captured. Giles Strangeways 1615-1675 provided 300 gold pieces to Charles II King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (21) following his defeat.

On 16 May 1710 William Talbot 1st Earl Talbot 1710-1782 was born to Charles Talbot 1st Baron Talbot 1685-1737 and Cecil Mathew Baroness Talbot -1720 at Worcester, Worcestershire

On 23 Mar 1795 St Andrew St John 1732-1795 died at Worcester, Worcestershire

Friars Manor

Around 17 Apr 1301 Maud Fitzjohn Countess Warwick 1238-1301 (63) was buried at Friars Manor, Worcester, Worcestershire

Powick Bridge

Battle of Powick Bridge

On 23 Sep 1642 Maurice Palatinate-Simmern 1621-1652 was wounded at during the Battle of Powick Bridge.
Lawrence Carey -1642 was killed.

Worcester Cathedral

After 19 Oct 1216 John "Lackland" I King England 1166-1216 was buried in the Chancel of Worcester Cathedral. His monument in the place of honour in the Choir in front of the High Altar. Sides decorated with the Three Lions of England. The Purbeck Marble effigy is the earliest of a King in England. Unusually carved to be life-like. Unsheathed sword at his side; his sword was found in the tomb when it was opened in 1529. His head supported by St Oswald and St Wulfstan, the two patron saints of Worcester. The base constructed in the 16th Century. The tomb was opened again on Monday 17 Jul 1797 at the instigation of Valentine Green (1739–1813). Inside the tomb chest, a stone coffin was discovered, containing the royal remains.

After 19 Oct 1216 John "Lackland" I King England 1166-1216 was buried in the Chancel of Worcester Cathedral. His monument in the place of honour in the Choir in front of the High Altar. Sides decorated with the Three Lions of England. The Purbeck Marble effigy is the earliest of a King in England. Unusually carved to be life-like. Unsheathed sword at his side; his sword was found in the tomb when it was opened in 1529. His head supported by St Oswald and St Wulfstan, the two patron saints of Worcester. The base constructed in the 16th Century. The tomb was opened again on Monday 17 Jul 1797 at the instigation of Valentine Green (1739–1813). Inside the tomb chest, a stone coffin was discovered, containing the royal remains.

After 19 Oct 1216 John "Lackland" I King England 1166-1216 was buried in the Chancel of Worcester Cathedral. His monument in the place of honour in the Choir in front of the High Altar. Sides decorated with the Three Lions of England. The Purbeck Marble effigy is the earliest of a King in England. Unusually carved to be life-like. Unsheathed sword at his side; his sword was found in the tomb when it was opened in 1529. His head supported by St Oswald and St Wulfstan, the two patron saints of Worcester. The base constructed in the 16th Century. The tomb was opened again on Monday 17 Jul 1797 at the instigation of Valentine Green (1739–1813). Inside the tomb chest, a stone coffin was discovered, containing the royal remains.

On 26 Sep 1266 Nicholas Ely Bishop Worcester, Bishop Winchester -1280 was enthroned Bishop Worcester at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

On 02 Mar 1268 Nicholas Ely Bishop Worcester, Bishop Winchester -1280 was translated to be Bishop Winchester at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire by Pope Clement IV

On 13 Oct 1278 Llewellyn "Last" Aberffraw 1233-1282 and Eleanor Montfort 1252-1282 were married at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

On 07 Apr 1287 Robert Mortimer-Woodham 2nd Baron Mortimer Burford 1246-1287 (41) died at Richard's Castle, Herefordshire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

On 30 Mar 1290 Joyce Zouche 1255-1290 died at Worcester, Worcestershire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

On 04 Feb 1302 Godfrey Giffard Bishop Worcester 1235-1302 was buried by John Monmouth Bishop Llandaff -1323 at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

On 20 Jul 1304 Hugh Mortimer-Woodham 3rd Baron Mortimer Burford 1271-1304 died from poisoning by his wife? at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

On 09 Apr 1475 John Beauchamp 1st Baron Beauchamp Powick 1409-1475 died at Powick, Worcestershire. He was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire. His son Richard Beauchamp 2nd Baron Beauchamp Powick 1435-1503 succeeded as 2nd Baron Beauchamp Powick in Worcestershire. Elizabeth Stafford Baroness Beauchamp Powick 1435-1466 by marriage Baroness Beauchamp Powick in Worcestershire.

On 29 Jan 1487 Margaret Ferrers Baroness Beauchamp Powick died. She was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire

On 23 Apr 1502 Arthur's body was transported from Ludlow, Shropshire to Worcester Cathedral via the River Servern "in a "special wagon upholstered in black and drawn by six horses, also caparisoned in black. "

Around 1521 Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 (43) was buried at Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

In 1576 Nicholas Bullingham Bishop Lincoln 1520-1576 (55) was buried in Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

After 1820. Monument to Charlotte Elizabeth Digby. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (38). Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

After 1820. Monument to Charlotte Elizabeth Digby. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (38). Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

After 1820. Monument to Charlotte Elizabeth Digby. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (38). Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

After 1820. Monument to Charlotte Elizabeth Digby. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (38). Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

General Interior of Worcester Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire.

Death of Prince Arthur

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

On 25 Apr 1502. Arthur Tudor Prince Wales 1486-1502 was buried in the Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur in Worcester Cathedral.
William Smyth Bishop Lincoln 1460-1514 presided.
George Grey 2nd Earl Kent 1454-1505 and George Talbot 4th Earl Shrewsbury, 4th Earl Waterford 1468-1538 received Arthur's Coat of Arms, Richard Grey 3rd Earl Kent 1481-1524 received Arthur's shield, John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Powis 1485-1504 received Arthur's sword, pommel forwards. Gruffydd ap Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth 1478-1521 carried Prince Arthur's banner.
Gerald Fitzgerald 9th Earl Kildare 1487-1534 rode Arthur's courser as the Man at Arms, in Arthur's full armour, carrying Arthur's poleaxe, pointed down, through the Nave to the Altar where he was stripped of Arthur's clothes.
The Chapel is to the right of the High Altar in the Chancel. It is decorated with heraldic carvings symbolising the houses of York, Lancaster, Beaufort and Catherine of Aragon’s Pomegranite. His Purbeck marble tomb chest is decorated with the arms of England. Heis buried beneath the cathedral’s floor several feet away from the tomb that visitors can see.

Chancel

Chantry Chapel of Prince Arthur

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