Jacobean Period

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Jacobean Period is in Church Monument Periods.

After 1598. Monument to Francis Whitstone in the Church of St John the Baptist, Barnack [Map]. Jacobean Period.

After 21 Dec 1614. St Mary's Church, Nantwich [Map]. Monument to Thomas Smith of Hough in Cheshire commissioned by his wife Anne Brereton. The monument, carved by Hugh Hall, was originally in St Chad's Church, Wybunbury [Map] but moved to Nantwich in 1982. Jacobean Period.

Thomas Smith of Hough in Cheshire: Around 1545 he was born to Lawrence Smith and Anne Fouleshurst. On 21 Jan 1561 he and Anne Brereton were married. On 21 Jun 1614 he died.

Anne Brereton: In Dec 1546 she was born to William Brereton and Jane Warburton. After 1614 Anne Brereton died.

On 18 Nov 1616 or 19 Nov 1616 Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole (age 38) died. He was buried in St Andrew's Church, Wimpole [Map]. Jacobean Period. Two-stage altar tomb in alabaster and black marble with miniature effigies in the lower stage, inscription panels and shield of Chicheley Arms impaled, supporting a recumbent effigy in armour. Tassets.

Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole: On 28 Mar 1578 he was born to Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole and Anne Bourne. He was baptised 15 Apr 1578. On 29 Apr 1607 Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole was knighted. On 18 Jun 1607 he and Dorothy Kempe were married.

After 04 Apr 1617. Monument to Charles Cavendish (deceased) and Catherine Ogle 8th Baroness Ogle (age 47) in the St Mary and St Laurence's Church, Bolsover [Map]. Jacobean Period. Bongrace. Rush Mat.

Charles Cavendish: On 28 Nov 1553 he was born to William Cavendish and Bess of Hardwick. Before 06 Dec 1592 Charles Cavendish and Catherine Ogle 8th Baroness Ogle were married. He the son of William Cavendish and Bess of Hardwick Countess Shrewsbury and Waterford. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Edward IV of England. On 04 Apr 1617 Charles Cavendish died.

After 15 Aug 1625. St Oswald's Church, Malpas [Map]. Monument to Hugh "The Younger" Cholmondeley and Mary Holford (deceased). Jacobean Period. She wearing a Bongrace. Chrisom Child.

Hugh "The Younger" Cholmondeley: In 1552 he was born to Hugh "The Elder" Cholmondeley and Ann Dorman. In 1575 Hugh "The Younger" Cholmondeley and Mary Holford were married. On 23 Jul 1601 Hugh "The Younger" Cholmondeley died.

Mary Holford: On 20 Jan 1562 she was born. On 15 Aug 1625 she died at Vale Royal.

In Apr 1643 Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet (age 64) died. His son Thomas Wilbraham 2nd Baronet (age 42) succeeded 2nd Baronet Wilbraham of Woodhey in Cheshire. St Mary's Church, Acton [Map]. Jacobean Period. Monument to Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet (age 64) and Grace Savage (age 58).

Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet: In Jan 1579 he was born to Thomas Wilbraham. Before 1601 Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet and Grace Savage were married. On 05 May 1621 Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet was created 1st Baronet Wilbraham of Woodhey in Cheshire.

Thomas Wilbraham 2nd Baronet: In 1601 he was born to Richard Wilbraham 1st Baronet and Grace Savage. On 31 Oct 1660 Thomas Wilbraham 2nd Baronet died. His son Thomas Wilbraham 3rd Baronet succeeded 3rd Baronet Wilbraham of Woodhey in Cheshire. Elizabeth Mytton Lady Wilbrahim by marriage Lady Wilbraham of Woodhey in Cheshire.

Grace Savage: Around 1585 she was born to John Savage 1st Baronet. Around 1661 Grace Savage died.

Culture, General Things, Church Monuments, Church Monument Periods, Jacobean Period, Jacobean Hooded Monument

On 25 Jun 1601 Peregrine Bertie 13th Baron Willoughby (age 45) died at Berwick on Tweed [Map]. His son Robert Bertie 1st Earl Lindsey (age 18) succeeded 14th Baron Willoughby de Eresby. He was buried at St James' Church, Spilsby [Map].

On 15 Feb 1610 Catherine Bertie (age 15) died in childbirth. She was buried at St James' Church, Spilsby [Map].

Monument Elizabethan Period. 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 (age 45) in a niche, with strapwork embellishments, all supported on composite columns with a dentilated cornice.

Catherine Bertie: Around 1595 she was born to Peregrine Bertie 13th Baron Willoughby and Mary Vere Baroness Willoughby of Eresby. Sources are confused about her birth year stating she was born in 1610 and that she married in 1609. Date adjusted to around 1595 on the assumption she was married around twenty years of age. Her son died at six days old on 09 Feb 1610. Her father died in 1601. Sources also refer to her as Baroness Rockingham whereas she died some eleven years before her husband was created Baron Rockingham. In 1609 Lewis Watson 1st Baron Rockingham and she were married.

In 04 Mar 1606 Edward Fitton (age 58) died. He was buried at the Church of St James, Gawsworth [Map]. His effigy missing from his monument.

On or before 04 Jan 1627 Alice Holcroft (age 87) died. She was buried at the Church of St James, Gawsworth [Map] on 04 Jan 1627.

Jacobean Hooded Monument.

Alice Holcroft: In 1540 she was born to John Holcroft. In or before 1572 Edward Fitton and she were married.

On 24 Sep 1607 Clement Spelman of Narborough died. In 1647 Ursula Willoughby (age 54) died. They were buried at All Saints Church, Narborough [Map]. Elbow Reclining Figure. Jacobean Hooded Monument. Possibly Cornelius Cure.

Clement Spelman of Narborough: he was born to John Spelman of and Margaret Blennerhasset. The mother assumed based on his father having married Margaret but not certain she is his only wife. In 1602 Clement Spelman of Narborough and Anne Carvill were married. Before 12 Sep 1606 Clement Spelman of Narborough and Ursula Willoughby were married.

Ursula Willoughby: Around 1593 she was born to John Willoughby of Risley.

After 19 Mar 1612. Jacobean Hooded Monument monument with a figure leaning on their elbow to Mary Dawnay Baroness Eure (deceased) at St Laurence's Church, Ludlow [Map]. The monument is now in the south transept but was originally in a more prestigious position at the east end of the chancel, on the south side, opposite the Townshend tomb. It was moved when the chancel was restored by Scott in 1859-60. The figure of Lady Eure was originally painted: traces of black paint can still be seen in the folds of her elaborate dress. The inscription ... Here lyeth expecting a joyful resurrection the body of Dame Mary Eure late wife to the Right Ho Ralph Lord Eure (age 53) Baron of Malton, Lord President of the Principality and Marches of Wales and Leiutenant of the same and daughter of Sir John Dawney of Sessey in the County of York she departed this life the 19th day of March 1612 at the age of 55.

Mary Dawnay Baroness Eure: Around 1557 she was born to John Dawnay of Sessay, Yorkshire and Elizabeth Tunstall. In or before 1578 Ralph Eure 3rd Baron Eure and she were married. They were half fourth cousins. In 1594 William Eure 2nd Baron Eure died. In 1594 His son Ralph Eure 3rd Baron Eure succeeded 3rd Baron Eure. She by marriage Baroness Eure. On 19 Mar 1612 Mary Dawnay Baroness Eure died.

After 03 Nov 1612. Church of St Peter and St Paul, Easton Maudit [Map]. Monument to Christopher Yelverton (deceased) and Margaret Catesby was buried at Church of St Peter and St Paul, Easton Maudit [Map]. Early canopied Jacobean Hooded Monument with eight daughters shown on one side, four sons on the other. The posts support a canopy of two semicircular arches with coffered soffits, urn ornaments at the angles, and shields of arms.

Christopher Yelverton: In 1536 he was born to William Yelverton and Amy Fermor. Before 29 Jun 1566 Christopher Yelverton and Margaret Catesby were married. On 24 Nov 1597 he was appointed Speaker of the House of Commons. On 31 Oct 1612 Christopher Yelverton died at his seventy room house in Easton Maudit.

Margaret Catesby: In 1543 she was born to Thomas Catesby of Whiston. In 1611 Margaret Catesby died.

On 24 May 1616 Margaret Russell Countess Cumberland (age 55) died at Brougham Castle [Map]. She was buried in St Lawrence's Church, Appleby-in-Westmoreland [Map]. Finely carved alabaster. Jacobean Hooded Monument, Shroud Monument, with Coronet. By Maximilian Colt (age 41).

On 18 Apr 1621 Bridget Chaworth (age 79) died. Monument in St Andrew's Church, Ufford [Map]. Marble with Corinthian Columns and reclining effigy. Corinthian Columns. Jacobean Hooded Monument.

The inscription reads "Dame Bridget, Lady Carr, widow, daughter of Sir John Chaworth of Wiverton, Nottingham, late wife to Sir William Carr of Old Sleaford in the county of Lincoln, who served the late Queen Elizabeth of most famous memory, being one of the gentlewomen of her Majesty's Privy Chamber for the space of five and twenty years, and afterwards served the most renowned Queen Anne, wife to our most gracious sovereign, King James, for the space of 14 years, being the residue of her life, and died the 18th day of April being of the age of 79 years, the which said Lady Carr, out of her love to her dear sister Katherine, the wife of George Quarles of this town of Ufford, esquire, hath caused her body to be here interred 1621".

Bridget Chaworth: In 1542 she was born to John Chaworth and Mary Paston. Around 1590 William Carr and she were married.

On 14 Nov 1627 Elizabeth Waldegrave died. On 06 Dec 1629 Arthur Coke (age 42) died in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk [Map]. Jacobean Hooded Monument sculpted by Nicholas Stone (age 40) in St Andrew's Church, Bramfield [Map]. White and black marble; reclining effigy of Elizabeth with Arthur kneeling in prayer above within an arched Recess; Arms over the arch and surrounding it are seven Cartouche's.

Elizabeth Waldegrave: she was born to George Waldegrave. On 08 Feb 1608 Arthur Coke and she were married at Hitcham, Norfolk as recorded in the papers of the Winthrop Family Folio 36: "The viijth of Feb. beinge Shrovetuesday the L Cokes seconde soonne maryed the daughter and heire of Sir George Waldegrave at Hiccham". The Hitcham Register gives 09 Feb as the date of the marriage. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward III of England.

Arthur Coke: In 1587 he was born to Edward Coke and Bridget Paston.

Aug 1629. Canopied mural monument in marble and alabaster to Frances Palmer nee Harvey died 1628 wife of Edward Palmer Counseller at Law. Antedates the present church. Jacobean Hooded Monument. It shows her recling head on hand propped up by elbow, attended by her kneeling husband. Two children, possibly originally a third. Four skulls probably indicating children who had predeceased her. Church of St Rumbold, Stoke Doyle [Map].

After 1630. Church of St Leonard, Rodney Stoke [Map]. Monument to Anne Lake Baroness Ros of Helmsley (deceased). Finely crafted in Watchet Alabaster. Jacobean Hooded Monument.

On 24 Jan 1630 Henry Yelverton (age 63) died. He was buried at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Easton Maudit [Map].

On 29 Apr 1625 Mary Beale (age 43) died. She was buried at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Easton Maudit [Map].

Elaborate canopied Jacobean Hooded Monument of alabaster, the effigies one above the other, with the figures of four sons and five daughters below. The canopy is supported by bedesmen in black gowns, and is surmounted by figures of Faith, Hope, and Charity. Above is an inscribed panel surrounded by books on end and various linked symbols with winged cherubs above. Large caryatids representing hooded bedesmen to left and right. Arch above with 3 standing figures and 2 hour-glasses on sculls.

Mary Beale: Around 1582 she was born to Robert Beale. Before 27 Mar 1602 Henry Yelverton and she were married. She the daughter of Robert Beale.

Culture, General Things, Church Monuments, Church Monument Periods, Jacobean Period, Jacobean Kneeling

After 23 Apr 1623. Monument to George Manners (deceased) and Grace Pierrepont (age 48) at All Saint's Church, Bakewell, Derbyshire [Map]. Jacobean Kneeling monument representing them and their nine children, four boys (one died an infant) on the left, five girls on the right.

The armorials include: Manners Augmented Arms Manners Augmented with a Crescent difference.

Their son John 8th Earl Rutland (age 18) was married to Frances Montagu Countess Rutland (age 9).

Their daughter Dorothy Manners (age 13) married Thomas Lake (age 28).

Their daughter Frances (age 23) was married to Nicholas Saundeson 2nd Viscount Castleton.

Their daughter Eleanor (age 23) was married to Lewis Watson 1st Baron Rockingham (age 35).