On 25 Jun 1601 Peregrine Bertie 13th Baron Willoughby Eresby 1555-1601 (45) died at Berwick on Tweed. His son Robert Bertie 1582-1642 1st Earl Lindsey 1582-1642 (18) succeeded 14th Baron Willoughby Eresby. He was buried at St James' Church, Spilsby.
On 15 Feb 1610 Catherine Bertie 1595-1610 (15) died in childbirth. She was buried at St James' Church, Spilsby.
Monument Elizabethan Recumbent. Tall Sideboard Tomb with reclining hooded figure of Lady Katherine, daughter of Peregrine, with Chrisom Child in the crib at her feet. Above a standing figure of Peregrine Bertie 13th Baron Willoughby Eresby 1555-1601 (45) in a niche, with Strapwork embellishments, all supported on composite columns with a Dentillated cornice.
On 17 Jan 1625 Henry Sacheverell 1566-1625 (59) died. He was buried at Holy Trinity Church, Ratcliffe on Soar.
Dutch School mural monument with his three wives (Marie Giddings -1600 wearing Bongrace, Elizabeth Copley -1616 and Lucie Boughton 1570-1625) above and he recumbent. Below effigies of children including Chrisom Child. Possibly Jasper Hollemans Sculptor or Nicholas Stone Sculptor 1587-1647 (38).
On 22 May 1653 Unamed Paulet 1653-1653 was born to Charles Paulet 1st Duke Bolton 1630-1699 (23) and Christian Freschville 1633-1653 (19). She (19) died in childbirth. He died seven days later on 29 May 1653. Both were buried at the Church of St John the Baptist, Staveley. Monument erected by her husband Charles Paulet 1st Duke Bolton 1630-1699 (23) the future Duke Bolton. Reclining figure with Chrisom Child.
Top Middle differenced with a label argent three points impaled .
Top Left: His Arms, in sixths 1 2 Possibly although wings should be Or 3 Unknown Arms 4 Unknown Arms 5 Unknown Arms 6 with a label argent three points to reflect his status as son of the current owner of the Arms.
Top Right: Her Arms, in sixths 1 2 Unknown Arms 3 Unknown Arms 4 Unknown Arms 5 Unknown Arms 6 .
On 11 Jun 1674 Katherine Dalston 1590-1674 (84) died (she the wife of Giles Savage 1585-1631) at Elmley Castle, Elmley. She buried at St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley. Alabaster Table Tomb. She holding a Chrisom Child probably representing stillborn, or died soon after birth. At their feet two lions and what is described as a stag with an arrow through its neck.