P0266
 
P0266
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P0266a
 
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Surname Marney
First name William
Nickname  
Dating 1414
Location Layer Marney
Life dates 1370 (Layer Marney) - August 21, 1414 (Layer Marney)
Title 1st s. MP. Sheriff of Cornwall, Essex & Hertfordshire
Close relatives Father - Sir Robert de Marney (d. Aft 25 Sep 1394)
Mother - Alice Le Lacer
Wife - (Abt Jul 1388) Elizabeth Sergeaux, daughter of Richard Sergeaux and Phillippa Fitzalan
Children
Anne Marney, b. Abt. 1410, Layer Marney, Essex, d. date unknown.
John Marney, d. date unknown.
William Marney, b. Abt. 1396, Layer Marney, Essex, d. Bef. 1414, Essex, England.
Thomas Marney, b. 21 Feb 1393, Layer Marney, Essex, d. Bet. 22 Mar 1429 - 1430, Layer Marney, Essex.
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition St. Marys Church, Layer Marney, Essex, Great Britain
Date of manufacturing  
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The "Leopard" posts surrounding this tomb probably originally belonged to the tomb of John Second Lord Marney

Leopard and shield with the Marney crest

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P0266b
 
Personal Data
Surname Wendesley (Wensley)
First name Thomas
Nickname  
Dating 1403
Location Bakewell
Life dates ABT 1375 - 1403 (killed at the Battle of Shrewsbury)
Title Bailiff and Receiver for the Duchy of Lancaster [for Derbyshire?], for 14 Richard II
Close relatives Child - Agnes de Wendesley
Type of the object  
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition All Saints church, Bakewell, Derbyshire, England
Date of manufacturing  
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Arms: Argent, a bend, Gules

According to tradition, and the almost unanimous opinion of antiquarians, this monument is that of Sir Thomas Wendesley, generally called Wensley, who lost his life in the reign of Henry IV., at [or after?] the battle of Shrewsbury

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Personal Data
Surname Bosvile (Bosvilles, Boswell)
First name John
Nickname  
Dating 1400?
Location Darfield
Life dates  
Title  
Close relatives wife - ?Anne
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition Lady Chapel, All Saints Church, Darfield, South Yorkshire, UK
Date of manufacturing around 1400
c1400-1410
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The alabaster figures of the knight and lady are thought to be Bosvilles and date from around 1400

Tomb in Darfield, Yorkshire. Knight's SS collar, lady's net headdress and pillow angels intact. Yup

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All Saints, Darfield, South Yorkshire.
Lady Chapel.
An alabaster tomb of a knight and lady (detail), c1400.

Thought to be Sir John Bosvile and his wife Anne c1400-1410 (Routh)

effigy of a knight of the reign of Richard II, wearing a collar of SS. And conjectured to represent a member of either the Bosvile or Wombwell families, both once resident in the parish and lords of the manor

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аттрибуция предоположительная
не найдено достоверной информации о предполагаемом персонаже

по датировке комплекс близок 1385-1390-м голам

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Personal Data
Surname Clifton
First name John
Nickname  
Dating 1403 (1391?)
Location Clifton
Life dates 1358 - +1403
Title sat as M.P. for Nottinghamshire in 1402 and was also Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
knight banneret
Close relatives father - Robert de Clifton (16 Oct 1376)
mother - Agnes, daughter of Lord Grey de Wilton, pre-deceased him
wife - (1382) Catherine (b.~1373, d.<1420), daughter of Sir John de Cressy of Hodsock
children
Gervase Clifton (about 1390 - d 1453), m Isabella, daughter of Sir Robert de Francis of Foremark, Derbyshire
Katherine
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition St Mary's church, Clifton, Nottinghamshire, UK
Date of manufacturing  
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To the west of Alice's effigy lies a beautifully finished recumbent alabaster effigy of 'a knight in armour, at his feet is a crouching lion, beneath his head a peacock, on his surcoat a lion rampant and upon his helmet the Clifton crest.' Cox suggest this late 14th century effigy may represent either Sir Gervase Clifton (d.1391) or Sir John Clifton who was killed at the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403.

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To the south of these effigies is a large tomb chest, bearing the recumbent effigy of Sir Gervase Clifton (1518-1588/89) with his two wives, Mary and Winifred, on either side.
Здесь Gervase Clifton изображен совершенно на другом памятнике, а наш памятник - безымянный, поэтому, так как большинство аналогичных памятников в образце (P0266) относятся к 1400 и позже, то для нашего памятника будет использована аттрибуция John Clifton (+1403)
Если бы на нашем памятнике был подходящий Gervase Clifton (+1391), то оно умер в возрасте 78 лет и скорее всего был бы изображен с семьей, а наш персонаж один (жена John Clifton (+1403) - Katherine Cressy - вскоре после его смерти вновь вышла замуж и умерла позже, до 1420), а наш персонаж погиб в битве при Shrewsbury в тот же день, когда стал Knight Banneret
Поэтому вполне обоснованно было изобразить его сразу после смерти и одного.

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A later Sir Gervase de Clifton (1313-1391) was Sheriff and Escheater for Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire in 1345, and M.P. in 1347-48, and in 1367 was a member of the Commission of Array for Nottinghamshire.
His grandson Sir John de Clifton sat as M.P. for Nottinghamshire in 1402 and was also Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. He was created a Knight Banneret on the morning of the Battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, but was killed later that day in the service of King Henry IV.
Sir John's marriage in 1382 to Catherine, daughter of Sir John Cressy, led to the Cliftons' acquisition of Hodsock and other estates in the north of Nottinghamshire, as well as in adjacent parts of Yorkshire.

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Arms of Clifton of Clifton, Nottinghamshire (Clifton Baronets): Sable semée of cinquefoils and a lion rampant argent

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