Suns and Roses Collar is in Livery Collars.
On 27 May 1435 Nicholas Montgomery (age 59) died at Great Cubley [Map]. He was buried at St Andrew's Church, Great Cubley [Map]. Damaged. Probably carved in 1461. Early Suns and Roses Collar. Hip Belt. IHC NASARE Lettering. Early Plate Bascinet and Gorget Period. Chest with Angels with Rounded Wings holding Shields.
Nicholas Montgomery: Around 1376 he was born to Nicholas Montgomery (age 20) and Margaret Foljambe (age 11) at Great Cubley. In or before 1390 Nicholas Montgomery (age 14) and Joan Longford (age 12) were married.
Around 1465. All Saints Church Harewood [Map]. Monument to William Gascoigne XII (age 56) and Margaret Clarell Lady of the Garter. Fluted Period. Suns and Roses Collar. His bare head, with finely detailed hair, no facial hair, rests on an unusual helm which appears to be a Maiden's Face, with an orle. Below the waist faulds and tassets under which mail may be seen. Both rest on a chest tomb with finely detailed weepers on each side. She, on his right, with a Widow's Barbe drawn up to her chin at the finely carved end of her dress two dogs, one pulling at the folds. Dogs chewing at her dress with Studded Collar. Dress Folds at Feet.
William Gascoigne XII: Around 1409 he was born to William Gascoigne (age 43) at Gawthorpe Hall. On 07 Feb 1426 William Gascoigne XII (age 17) and Margaret Clarell Lady of the Garter (age 29) were married. Around 1465 William Gascoigne XII (age 56) died at Gawthorpe Hall. All Saints Church Harewood.
Margaret Clarell Lady of the Garter: Around 1397 she was born to Thomas Clarell of Aldwarke. In or before 1422 Robert Waterton Constable (age 62) and Margaret Clarell Lady of the Garter (age 24) were married. The difference in their ages was 37 years. In 1462 Margaret Clarell Lady of the Garter (age 65) died. Before 17 Sep 1474 John Fitzwilliam (age 77) and she were married.
On 19 Nov 1473 Nicholas Fitzherbert (age 73) died at Norbury, Derbyshire [Map]. He was buried at Church of St Barlok, Norbury [Map]. Fluted Period. Fine set of weepers. Probably Harpur and Moorecock of Burton on Trent.
After 12 Oct 1477. Church of St John The Baptist Kinlet [Map]. Monument to Humphrey Blount (deceased) and Elizabeth Winnington. Fluted Period. He wearing a Suns and Roses Collar. She wearing a fine Horned Headdress with large flap as also detailed in the weepers. Dress Folds at Feet. Dogs chewing at her dress with Studded Collar. Chest with Weepers holding Shields.
Humphrey Blount: In 1421 he was born to John Blount (age 44) and Alice Bere at Rock, Worcestershire. In 1446 William Lichfield died. The estates at Kinlet were inherited by Humphrey Blount (age 25) who was the grandson of John Blount of Sodington who had married Isabella Cornwall who was the aunt of William's wife Elizabeth Cornwall (age 36). In or before 1447 Humphrey Blount (age 26) and Elizabeth Winnington were married. On 12 Oct 1477 Humphrey Blount (age 56) died at Kinlet.
1482. Monument at Church of St Michael and All Angels, Thornhill [Map]. Some discussion as to whose monument it is. Some say it is John Savile of Thornhill (age 75) and his wife Alice Gascoigne (age 66). Others say Thomas Savile and Margaret Pilkington which appears to early but monuments sometimes erected long after the death of its subjects.
Alabaster chest tomb. Possibly York School of Carving. Similarities with the monuments at All Saints Church Harewood [Map] which are also Gascoigne, Church of St Helen and the Holy Cross Sheriff Hutton [Map] and Church of St Oswald, Methley [Map]. Suns and Roses Collar. Lion of March Pendant. Maidens Head Crest from Thornhill family; the Savile family obtained Thorhill through marriage.
Elizabeth Marshall: Around 1437 she was born to John Marshall (age 26).
Bobbed hair with finely detailed ringlets. No facial hair. Suns and Roses Collar and the Fitzherbert Clenched Fist Crest.
His effigy notable for being the only remaining with the Yorkist Boar Pendant (boar of Richard III) on his Suns and Roses Collar.
A finely carved Horned Headdress.
A finely carved collar with Mary and baby Jesus pendant.
Fine Sabatons, the armoured feet, with spurs. Note the Bedesman, looking somewhat bored, under the right foot. Unlikely the sculptor had ever seen a lion. Feet resting on a Lion with Swirling Tail and Chunky Lions Mane.
The chest finely made with weepers on the three extant sides. On one side five single men (a knight, a monk, two merchants and one unknown), and one couple. On the other side women, four single, two duos. Ralph and Elizabeth had twelve children, six male, six female so probable the weepers represent their children, possibly with spouses, possibly with offspring since in the two females duos there is a noticeable difference in height.
Excellent weepers on all sides, probably their issue, possibly with grandchildren, on the longer sides since they had six boys and six girls. Chest with Weepers holding Shields.
After 1488. All Saints Church, Youlgreave [Map]. Monument to Thomas Cockayne (deceased). An unusual monument insofar as it half-life sized apparently as a result of his dying before his father John Cockayne (age 77). Fluted Period. Suns and Roses Collar. Cockayne Cockerel Crest. Chest with Angels with Rounded Wings. Chest with Weepers holding Shields.
Thomas Cockayne: In 1451 he was born to John Cockayne (age 40) and Agnes Vernon (age 24) at Ashbourne. In or before 1477 Thomas Cockayne (age 26) and Agnes Barlow aka Barley (age 21) were married. Around 1488 Thomas Cockayne (age 37) was killed in a fight with Thomas Burdett, possibly his brother-in-law, at Polsworth over inheritance or dower.
John Cockayne: John Cockayne and Agnes Vernon were married. They were half third cousins. In 1411 he was born to John Cockayne (age 41) and Isabel Shirley at Ashbourne. In May 1504 John Cockayne (age 93) died at Ashbourne.
Henry Pierrepont: In 1430 he was born to Henry Pierrepont (age 22) and Thomasine Melton (age 6) at Holme Pierrepont. In 1464 Henry Pierrepont (age 34) rewarded by King Edward IV of England (age 21) for his good and laudable services at his great cost and charges, and with manifold bodily dangers against the king's rebels levying war against him.