After 25 Jun 1727. St James the Apostle Church Grafton Underwood. Monument to those contained in the vault: Richard Fitzpatrick 1st Baron Gowran -1727 and Anne Robinson Baroness Gowran -1744, their son John Fitzpatrick 1st Earl Upper Ossory 1719-1758 and his wife Evelyn Leveson-Gower Countess Upper Ossory 1725-1763, their son John Fitzpatrick 2nd Earl Upper Ossory 1745-1818 and Anne Liddell Duchess Grafton 1737-1804. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856.
In or before 1770 [his father] Richard "The Elder" Westmacott 1747-1808 (23) and Sarah Vardy were married. They had thirteen children.
On 15 Jul 1775 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 was born to [his father] Richard "The Elder" Westmacott 1747-1808 (28) and Sarah Vardy.
After 1780. St Bartholemew's Church Tong. The Durant Monument to George Durant of Tong Castle 1734-1780 and others. The monument has been attributed to John Bacon 1740-1799, Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 and Richard Westmacott 1775-1856.
Before 1793 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 studied with his father [his father] Richard "The Elder" Westmacott 1747-1808 at his studio at Mount Street.
In 1793 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (17) travelled to Rome to study under Antonio Canova Sculptor 1757-1822 (35). Within a year of his arrival in Rome he won the first prize for sculpture offered by the Florentine academy of arts, and in the following year (1795) he gained the papal gold medal awarded by the Roman Academy of St Luke with his bas-relief of Joseph and his brethren.
On 20 Feb 1798 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (22) and Dorothy Margaret Wilkinson were married.
In 1799 [his son] Richard "The Younger" Westmacott Sculptor 1799-1892 was born to Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (23) and Dorothy Margaret Wilkinson.
On 04 Sep 1801 John Yorke 1728-1801 (73) died. He was buried at St Andrew's Church Wimpole. Of white marble in the Greek manner, in bold relief; two parents, hands clasped, stand in attitudes of grief at a tomb, with a reclining child at their feet; below is an inscription; signed 'R. WESTMACOTT, A.R.A. LONDON' (26)
In 1805 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (29) was elected Associate of the Royal Academy.
On 13 Jan 1805 Maria wife of Robert Henson died. Monument in Church of St John the Baptist Barnack. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (29).
In 1808. Lichfield Cathedral. Monument to Andrew Newton. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (32).
In 1808 [his father] Richard "The Elder" Westmacott 1747-1808 (61) died.
On 08 Feb 1809 Brownlow Bertie 5th Duke Ancaster and Kesteven 1729-1809 (79) died without male issue at Grimsthorpe. He was buried at St Mary's Church Swinstead on 17 Feb 1809. Duke Ancaster and Kesteven extinct. His third cousin Albermarle Bertie 9th Earl Lindsey 1744-1818 (64) succeeded 9th Earl Lindsey.
Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (33). A handsome white marble wall tablet in Grecian style depicting deceased and wife on a catafalque with mourning female figure, flanked by mother, children and angel. Above a scrolled cornice with Ducal coronet and palm. Beneath a rectangular inscription panel, flanked by scrolled brackets.
In 1811 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (35) was elected Fellow of the Royal Academy; his diploma work being a "Ganymede" in high relief.
On 04 Oct 1815 Caroline Anne Julie Campbell -1815 died. Monument in St Oswald's Church Malpas. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (40).
After 1816. St Giles' Church Wrexham. Monument to the Lloyd Family. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856.
On 03 Jun 1822 Thomas Warren-Bulkeley 7th Viscount Bulkeley 1752-1822 (69) died without issue. Monument in St Marys and St Nicholas Church Beaumaris sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (46).
On 20 Sep 1822 Georgiana Elizabeth Miller Mundy Duchess Newcastle under Lyne 1789-1822 (33) died from childbirth. She had given birth to twins one of whom was stillborn, one survived ten days.
Monument in Milton Mausoleum Markham Clinton sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (47).
On 19 Mar 1825 William Owen 1769-1825 (56) was buried St Luke's Church Chelsea in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends, including Thomas Lawrence 1769-1830 (55), Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (49), Thomas Phillips 1770-1845 (54) and 'Thompson' [probably Thomas Clement Thompson 1780-1857 (45)].
In 1827 Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (51) was appointed Royal Academy professor of sculpture succeeding John Flaxman 1755-1826 (71).
After 11 Feb 1834. Monument to Anne Bankes nee Truman at St Denys' Church Sleaford sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856.
11 Mar 1793 Jane Lawley Baroness Middleton 1767-1793 (26) died.
Monument in St Leonard's Church Wollaton sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (59).
On 28 Jan 1842 William Harry Vane 1st Duke Cleveland 1766-1842 (75) died. He was buried at St Mary's Church Staindrop. His son Henry Vane 2nd Duke Cleveland 1788-1864 (54) succeeded 2nd Duke Cleveland 2C 1833, 3rd Earl Darlington, 3rd Viscount Barnard, 6th Baron Barnard. Sophia Paulett Duchess of Cleveland 1785-1859 (56) by marriage Duchess Cleveland. Monument to William Harry Vane 1st Duke Cleveland 1766-1842 (75) in St Mary's Church Staindrop. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (66).
On 25 Nov 1845 Charlotte Lucy Beatrix Egerton 1824-1845 (21) was buried at St Mary's Church Rostherne sculpted Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (70).
In 1857 [his son] Richard "The Younger" Westmacott Sculptor 1799-1892 (58) was appointed to succeed Royal Academy professor of sculpture succeeding his father Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 (81).
St Mary's Church Preston on Stour. That on the left Grecian with standing mourner, sculpted by [his father] Richard "The Elder" Westmacott 1747-1808. On the right, Grecian style with figures of Faith and Hope, sculpted by Richard Westmacott 1775-1856.
[his son] Hector Westmacott was born to Richard Westmacott 1775-1856 and Dorothy Margaret Wilkinson.