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P0696
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Personal Data
Surname Stafford
First name Ralph
Nickname  
Dating 1347
Location Elsing
Life dates 24 September 1301 – 31 August 1372
Title 2nd Baron Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, KG
Close relatives father - Edmund de Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford
mother - Margaret Basset
wife (1) - Katherine de Hastang
children
Margaret, married Sir John de Stafford, Knight, of Bramshall.
Joan, married Sir Nicholas de Beke, Knight
wife (2) - Margaret de Audley, 2nd Baroness Audley
children
Ralph de Stafford (d. 1347)
Hugh de Stafford, 2nd Earl of Stafford
Elizabeth de Stafford
Beatrice de Stafford
Joan de Stafford
Katherine de Stafford
Type of the object Memorial Brass
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St. Mary's Church, Elsing, Norfolk, England
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
Comments

Описание памятника приведено в P0325

The side shafts depict "Weepers." Beginning at the upper left they are Edward III, Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, Roger, Lord Grey of Ruthyn, Henry Plantagenet, Earl of Lancaster, Ralph, Lord Stafford and Almaric, Lord St. Armand. They are armed and with their armorial bearings no their jupons. The figures of the "weepers" are thought to be true portraits

Ralph, Lord Stafford c.1347
Elsing

Elsing St Mary the Virgin Ralph Stafford
Date: 1340

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Coat of arms of Edmund Stafford, 5th Earl of Stafford, KG

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Family of Stafford - Or a chevron gules

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Ralph de Stafford, 2nd Baron Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, KG (24 September 1301 – 31 August 1372) was an English nobleman and notable soldier during the Hundred Years War against France.

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Surname Hardreshull (Herteshull, Hartshill)
First name John
Nickname  
Dating 1350?
Location Merevale
Life dates 1291 - say 1365 (1367, 1368)
Title Sir of Hardreshull and Ashton
held the office of Lieutenant of Brittany from 1343 to 1344
Close relatives Father - William de Hardreshull of Hardreshull in Warwick (s 1261 - )
Mother - Juliana Hacche (s 1263 - )
wife - (1319) Margaret Stafford
Child - Elizabeth Hardreshull (say 1320 - )
Type of the object stained glass
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
Merevale Abbey in Warwickshire, England
Place of exposition The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Date of manufacturing of the middle of the fourteenth century
Artist
Comments

полное описание персонажа - см. P0618

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The National Gallery at Melbourne, Australia, purchased in 1922 a fine example of English painted glass of the middle of the fourteenth century. The panel shows the portraits of Sir John of Hardreshull and his wife Margaret, daughter and coheir to Sir James Stafford of Sandon. The figures are all in white glass, of an ivory tint, and the outer narrow margin is also white. The diapered background is of a rich blue colour, the plain border is ruby glass poudree with yellow roses (pl. LXXXV, 1).

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SIR JOHN AND LADY de HARDRESHULL, PANEL (c. 1400)
Artist unknown
Merevale Abbey in Warwickshire was built in 1148, a time when Gothic design was popular across Europe. A key feature of Gothic Cathedrals was their elaborate stained glass windows, of which Merevale was well decorated. And while the abbey was only small, it played its part in British history; Edward III was born there in 1312.
The Abbey was decommissioned by Henry VIII in 1538, and shortly fell into ruin. The above example of a stained glass window was salvaged from the site, and depicts the 14th century lord, John de Hardreshull, and his wife. It was common at this time for important persons to add a panel of themselves to the local church, and so the stained glass became a kind of historical document, recording important events.

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Personal Data
Surname Welby (Bart. of Denton House)
First name John (Johannes)
Nickname  
Dating 1350?
Location Ropsley
Life dates  
Title  
Close relatives son - John
Type of the object stained glass
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St. Peter's Church, Ropsley, Lincolnshire, UK
Date of manufacturing  
Artist  
Comments

Витрах восточного окна северного предела церкви в Рипсли , ок. Грантема, Линкольншир.
Показан один из представителей рода Уэлби из Дентон Хауза - Джоханс Уэлби

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[Johannes de Welby]. The above Figure is one of the Family of Sir. W. E. Welby Bart. of Denton House & is executed in stained glass in the east window of the north aisle of Repesley Church, near Grantham, Lincolnshe. Hand-coloured engraving, engraved by and after Fowler. Winterton: 14 September 1808.

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The above Figure is one of the Family of Sir W.E. Welby Bart of Denton House, & is executed in stained Glass on the East Window of the North Aisle of Ropesley Church near Grantham, Lincolnshire. / Wm Fowler Delt et Fecit.

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Within an east window of the north aisle are fragments of medieval glass with an inscription indicating a 1376 reference to Sir John Welby.

никаких личных данных о Johannes de Welby не найдено,
упоминание о John Welby от 1376 года в этой церкви относится к его сыну, о котором известно, что его жена умерла в 1388 году
поэтому датировка будет установлена 1350? по аналогичным изображениям

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