P0574
 
P0574
Главная / Personalia
 
Personal Data
Surname d'Arches
First Name Richard
Nickname  
Dating 1346
Location Waddesdon
Life dates 1312 - +1346
Title  
Close relatives father - Simon DARCHES, of Eythrope
son - Simon DARCHES, of Eythrope (1333 - )
Type of the object effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition Church of St Michael & All Angels, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
Comments

(Link)
On the north side of the chancel is a large effigy of a main in armour of the style of the first half of the 14th century with a sword and misericord. Hung on his left arm is a broken heater-shaped shield. The feet rest on a lion. On the slab has been cut by some later hand the date 1330. (fn. 320) At the south-east of the nave is the fine brass of Sir Roger Dynham, who died in 1490
... The effigy may be that of Richard Darches who held the manor of Eythrope and died in 1316 or of his son Richard who died after 1346

The identity of the effigy is not known for certain but it is probably either Sir Roger Dynham or Sir Richard D'Arches, both of whom occupied Eythrope Manor.

Sir Roger Dynham - 7foot effigy in armour of the style of the first half of the 14c holding a sword . Hung on his left arm is a broken heater-shaped shield. The feet rest on a lion. On the slab has been cut by some later hand the date 1330.

(Link)

(Link)
ROGER DYNHAM BEQUEATHED HIS BODY TO BE BURIED IN WADDESDON CHURCH UNTIL HIS CHAPEL AT EYTHROPE BUILT (прим. см. PDF-файл - по его завещанию от 1490 года - совершенно не соответствующая изображенному костюму дата) (B1). TOMB RANSACKED. ON AUG 24 1887 DURING PREPARATIONS FOR BUILDING OF PAVILION TOMB DISCOVERED & SUBSEQUENTLY REMOVED TO NAVE OF WADDESDON CHURCH (B4,B6). MONUMENTAL BRASS LIFTED & RESTORED 1990 (B6).

Images
Вверх страницы