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Surname Monceaux
First name John?
Dating 1426?
Location Barmston
Life dates 1370? - 1426?
Close relatives father - John (+1381)
mother - Joan
wife - Matilda (Mansfield) Monceaux (+1441)
Type of the object Tomb Effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
Place of exposition Church of All Saints, Barmston, Yorkshire, England
Date of manufacturing  

Title: Church of All Saints, Barmston, Yorkshire, England - Tomb Effigy
Author: Rae, Edwin
Issue Date: 2008
Description: (handwritten on back of image): Barmston
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/14573
Role: Collector
Culture: British
Material (Support): stone
Period: Late Medieval
Work: sculpture
Appears in Collections: TRIARC - Edwin Rae Collection (Digital Image Collection)

Barmston Church: Effigy, Probably Of William Monceaux (D. 1446)
The chief memorial is in the chancel; it is an alabaster table tomb bearing the effigy of a man in armour, and almost certainly commemorates William Monceaux (d. 1446).

Object: In the Memoru of Sir Martin de la See, Knt who died in the Year 1494
Tomb of Sir Martin de la See, in All Hallows', Barmston, East Riding of Yorkshire; his effigy lying with head to left, in full armour, hands together on his chest; six angels on the tomb below; after John Roe; illustration to Dade's 'History & Antiquities of Holderness'. 1784
Print made by: James Newton (?)
After: John Roe (?)

The first of the family met with is Joan, wife of John Monceaux, Lord of Berneston, who by her will, dated in 1420, ordered her corpse to be buried in Berneston church; in this year he died, and the last who ordered his corpse to be buried there, was William Monceaux, who died A.D.1446
Arms: Or, a cross moline gules

Изображенный на памятнике доспех соответствует ок.1420, что соответствует дате смерти (1420 или 1426) John Monceaux, Lord of Berneston, отца персонажа, которому обычно приписывают памятник

John Monceaux (abt. 1370 - 1426)

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