Tudor Period

After 10 May 1490 Alice Southill was buried at Church of St Peter and St Paul. After 05 Nov 1524 John Harrington was buried with his wife. Their monument Tudor Period. Dogs Head Crest. Bedesman and Lion at his feet. Tudor Livery Collar. Dog(s) chewing at her dress. Probably Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent.

In 1501 John Strelley was buried at All Saints' Church. Monument to John Strelley and Sanchia Willoughby. Tudor Period. Described as the finest alabaster monument in the country. Chellaston alabaster. Bare headed, bobbed hair to the shoulder. Feet resting on a Lion, two fine Bedesmen, one male, one female;possibly Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent. Great helm with Saracen's Head Crest, strangled as denoted by the tongue out. Extended mantling. Four arms above the effigies represent, from left to right:
Strelley impaled Kempe - his father Robert Strelley and his mother Isabel Kempe
Strelley impaled Willoughby - John and his wife
Strelley impaled Pierrepoint - John's paternal great-grandfather Nicholas Strelley and great-grandmother Elizabeth Pierrepoint.

After 12 Oct 1516 Isabel Neville was buried at St Peter's Church. Monument to William Smythe, Anne Staunton and Isabel Neville. Tudor Period. Lancastrian Esses Collar. Dog(s) chewing at her dress. Gabled Headress with Lappets. Probably Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent.

After 13 Mar 1518 Thomas Babington was buried at All Saints Church. Monument to Thomas Babington and Editha Fitzherbert. Excellent painted alabaster monument of the Tudor Period with the colours much refreshed. He in civilian clothes with a purse (aka scrip aka gypciere) hanging from his belt. Dog(s) chewing at her dress. Gabled Headress. The chest tomb of exceptional quality with the fifteen weepers under crocketed canopies broadly undamaged. The weepers are believed to represent Thomas and Editha's children and their respective spouses. The chest tomb bow abuts the south wall of the chancel meaning only three sides visible. Carved by Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent.

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.

After 1530. St Oswald's Church. Monument to Randle Brereton and Eleanor Dutton. Alabaster. Tudor Period. Lancastrian Esses Collar. Dogs Head Crest. Dog(s) chewing at her dress. Possibly Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent. Probably Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent.

After 14 Feb 1531 John Blount was buried at Church of St John The Baptist. Monument to John Blount and Catherine Peshall. Tudor Period. Lancastrian Esses Collar. Long bobbed hair, no facial hair. Bare hands; gauntlets at the right side of the legs. She wearing a short Gabled Headress. Chest tomb somewhat of the wrong period ie Renaissance suggesting this may be a replacement effigy, or re-used. Probably carved by Richard Parker of Burton on Trent.

After 20 Jun 1561 Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon was buried at Hasting's Chapel. Monument to Francis Hastings 2nd Earl Huntingdon and Catherine Pole Countess Huntingdon. Tudor Period. Leg Garter. Feet resting on Manticore. The Manticore being the badge of the Hasting's family. Alabaster chest tomb and his wife. Two alabaster effigies are on a tomb chest with shields and weepers. The monument was `restored' in 1698 by the 6th Earl when it was placed against the wall beneath a mural monument with armorial bearings. It was moved back to the centre of the chapel after 1837.