Photographs of All Saints Church, Harewood, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire

After 17 Dec 1419 William Gascoigne was buried at All Saints Church with his wife Elizabeth Mowbray. He in judges robes. She wearing an elaborate Crespine Headress.

After 1426 All Saints Church. Monument to Richard Redman Master of the Horse and Elizabeth Aldeburgh. Early Plate Period (Bascinet and Gorget). Lancastrian Esses and Inter-twined Knots Collar. Horses Head Crest. Elaborate Crespine Headress.

After 1439. All Saints Church. Monument to William Rhyther and Sybil Aldeburgh. Early Plate Period (Bascinet and Gorget). Lancastrian Esses Collar. Crespine Headress.

After 1465 All Saints Church. Monument to William Gascoigne and Margaret Clarell. Fluted Period. Yorkist Suns and Roses Collar. His bare head, with finely detailed hair, no facial hair, rests on an unusual helm which appears to be a Maiden's Face, with an orle. Below the waist faulds and tasses under which mail may be seen. Both rest on a chest tomb with finely detailed weepers on each side. She, on his right, with a Widow's Barbe (from the French for beard) drawn up to her chin at the finely carved end of her dress two dogs, one pulling at the folds Dog(s) chewing at her dress.

After 1487 All Saints Church. Monument to William Gascoigne and Margaret Percy. Fluted Period. Alabaster chest tomb with a fine array of weepers, possibly their children although too many, women one side, nine men the other, one of which appears with angels wings, possible children and spouses. He wearing a variation of the Lancastrian Esses Collar collar being SOSOS. Clean shaved, no bascinet, his head resting on a helm with bulls head crest. His armour plate over which there appears to be, unusually for the period, a tabard.   The left hand side of his face appears disfigured. Possibly a war wound. She wearing the widow's barbe. Note. Gardner describes this monument as being to Sir John Nevill of Womersley, died 1482.

After 1526 All Saints Church. Monument to Edward Redman Lord Harewood and Elizabeth Huddlestone Lady Harewood. Tudor Period. Tudor Livery Collar. Dogs Head Crest. She wearing a simple headdress with veil falling low on the shoulders. The carving somewhat reminiscent of Alice Chaucer's monument in Ewelme,Oxfordshire.