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Surname St.Lawrence
First Name Christopher
Nickname  
Dating 1390? (1430?)
Location Howth
Life dates 1406 - +1462
Title 1st (13th) Baron Howth
Close relatives father - Christopher (or Stephen) St.Lawrence, Lord of Howth (+1435)
mother - Elinor Holywood
wife - Anne Plunkett
children
Robert St.Lawrence (2nd (15th) Baron Howth) (born c.1435)
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St.Mary's "Abbey" Church, Howth, county Dublin, Ireland
Date of manufacturing 1430?
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St. Mary's Collegiate Church, Howth, County Dublin - Tomb of Christopher St. Lawrence and his wife, Anne Plunkett

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Christopher St.Lawrence, 1st Baron Howth, the Barony was recognised by the Crown in 1489, and he was recognised as the first Baron, but the Lordship of Howth was considered to be much older, mar pre-1435 to Anne Plunkett, though [DNB] lists his wife as "Elizabeth Bermingham of Athenry", succ 1435, he died between Sept 1462 and Jan 1464 [using [NJ] date format, note that this was regarded as the end of 1463],
both bur St.Mary's "Abbey" Church, Howth,
HOWTH in [Lewis, 1837] says: "Among the monuments is one of marble to Christopher, 13th baron of Howth, and his lady, whose effigies are still entire, erected in 1430 [sic], and decorated with sculptured emblems of the crucifixion, and coats of arms", had issue:
Robert St.Lawrence, 2nd (15th) Baron Howth, born c.1435 (age 28 at father's death), also styled the "15th Lord of Howth", sheriff of the county of Dublin in 1456, mar 1stly, pre-1459, to Alice White [dau of Nicholas White, of Killester, Co.Dublin], through his wife he acquired the manor of Killester, succ 1462-64, Howth Castle was originally built 1464, Alice died pre-1478, mar 2ndly, 1478, to Joan Beaufort [descendant of Edward III], appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1483, but this appointment was obstructed by 8th Earl of Kildare, died 1486, London, age c.51 yrs, bur Blackfriars, London

Howth Abbey contains the tombs of the St Lawrence family. The tomb above and below is that of an earlier lord of Howth, also named Christopher St Lawrence (d. c. 1462) and his wife. The arms depicted are those of the St Lawrence family and other related Pale families.

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герб семьи St. Lawrence размещен на саркофаге ничем не выделяясь, наряду с гербом Plunkett, White, Courcy, Butler и несколькими другими
семья White появилась в генеалогии семьи St. Lawrence только у сына нашего персонажа
Robert St.Lawrence, 2nd (15th) Baron Howth (died 1486, London, bur Blackfriars, London), который mar 1stly, pre-1459, to Alice White [dau of Nicholas White, of Killester, Co.Dublin]
Courcy - супруга одного из далеких предков нашего персонажа
скорее всего, судя по изображенной геральдике, данный памятник был средством причаститься древности рода и изображенный персонаж не обязательно был тот, которому этот памятник традиционно приписывается

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