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Surname Berkeley
First Name Thomas
Nickname "the Magnificent"
Dating 1392
Location Wotton-under-Edge
Life dates 1353-1417
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Close relatives father - Maurice, Lord Berkeley
mother - Elizabeth Despencer
wife - Margaret Baroness Lisle (+1392)
child - Elizabeth, married Richard de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick
Type of the object Brass
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition St Mary's Parish Church,, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England
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Brass to Thomas Lord Berkeley (1353-1417) and his wife Margaret Baroness Lisle (d1392) heiress of Warin 2nd Lord Lisle and Margaret Pypard widow of Robert Fitzellis dsp c1340 www.flickr.com/photos/52219527@N00/8423787327/
who brought him the wide Lisle estates in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. The brass was made on her death including them both even though he lived another 25 years
Thomas Berkeley "the Magnificent" was the son of Maurice 4th Lord Berkeley and Elizabeth www.flickr.com/photos/sic_itur_ad_astra/6917969413/ daughter of Hugh 1st Lord Despencer, His maternal great-grandmother was Joan of Acre, daughter of Edward I.
Children - 1 daughter .
1 Elizabeth m (1st wife) Richard de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick 1450 www.flickr.com/photos/flambard/405017073/
Thomas had extensive military service, by sea and by land, under Richard II and Henry IV. when he was Admiral of the King's Fleet; He was likewise retained by Indenture to serve the King with 300 Men at Arms, he Sea, for one quarter of a year, himself accounted, with 11 Knights, 285 Esquires, 600 Archers, 7 Ships, 7 Barges, and 7 Ballingers, double manned with Marriners," having command to sail to Bordeaux.
By the terms of his will (1415) Thomas bequeathed "unto the Fabrick of that Church, wherein his body should happen to be buried, a Cross gilt, with all the Relicks included therein. To his Daughter, the Countess of Warick, he gave his best pair of Mattins, as also 1 gilt Cup with ?20 contained therein. To James his Nephew ( his next male heir) his best Bed, and great Cup of Jet; as also 2- Coats of Male, 20 Brest-plates, 20 and 20 Lances." (Monumental Brass Society)
On Thomas's death in 1417 without male issue, however, the Berkeley inheritance was divided between the heir male and the heir general, and the great lawsuit began which was to last for nearly two centuries. (see battle of Nibley Green www.flickr.com/photos/52219527@N00/3328227732/ )
On the brass Thomas' sword belt was adorned by a jewel inlay now lost. Margaret's figure would also have been eye-catching; the crespine headdress had inlaid jewels and the brocade cushions on which her head rest would have had coloured mastic inlay to enhance the design. The collar of mermaids which he is wearing – not a known Berkeley device – may allude to the office of admiral to which he was appointed in 1403.

1353-1417 Thomas Lord Berkeley - his unusual mermaid collar can just be made out possibly alluding to his title of Admiral of the King's Fleet under Henry IV as it has no Berkeley family connection otherwise.

Dimension 1 (Length) 213.0 cm
Dimension 2 (Width) 122.0 cm
Published Description From the catalogue, An Exhibition of Medieval Brass Rubbings by Kathleen H. Cairns. "Thomas, Lord Berkeley, 1417. In Lancastrian armour with collar of mermaids, an heraldic device. His leather gloves are studded with steel. A lion is at his feet. Margaret, his wife, was daughter and heir of Gerald Warren, Lord Lisle, 1392."

Thomas, Lord Berkeley's livery collar showing four mermaids, an emblem of the Berkeley family.

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Surname Bardolf
First name Robert
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Dating 1395
Location Mapledurham
Life dates c. 1350 - +20 May 1395
Title Constable of Porchester
Close relatives father - John BARDOLPH, 3rd Baron Bardolph (1311-1363)
mother - Elizabeth d' Amorie (1318-1363)
wife - (1380) Amice Buxhall (1353-1416)
Type of the object tomb brass
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Place of exposition St Margaret’s Church, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, UK
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Robert Bardolph
1395
St Margaret's Church, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, England

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ir Robert Bardolf, 1395, Mapledurham

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Memorials there include a large brass to Sir Robert Bardolf, originally mounted on a marble altar tomb

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Sir Robert Bardolf, 1395,
Mapledurham, Oxfordshire

Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, St Margaret’s Church
Brass memorial to Sir Robert Bardolf (d.1395)

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When Sir Robert Bardolph of Mapledurham, Constable of Porchester was born about 1350, in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, his father, John BARDOLPH 3rd Baron Bardolph, was 36 and his mother, Elizabeth d' Amorie Baroness d'Amorie, was 32. He married Amice Buxhall in 1380, in Hampshire, England. He died on 20 May 1395, at the age of 45, and was buried in Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

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Robert Bardolf, of Mapledurham Constable of Porchester
1350 - 1395

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