Stone effigies - St Mary & St Peter - Harlaxton, Lincolnshire
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member SMacB
N 52° 53.047 W 000° 41.374
30U E 655457 N 5861880
Within the north chapel of St Mary & St Peter's church, Harlaxton, is an early 15th-century tomb memorial attributed to Sir Richard Rickhill and his wife, Elizabeth.
Waymark Code: WM109RZ
Location: East Midlands, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 03/28/2019
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member Dragontree
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Hidden behind the organ in the Trinity chapel of St.Mary & St.Peter's church - a richly ornamented canopied niche with lifesize alabaster effigies of an undated and unknown man and woman. They are thought to be either John Bluett, Lord of the Manor in the 15th century and his wife or more likely Sir Richard Rickhill and wife. The style dates the tomb to the early 15th century.
Approximate Age of Artefact: Not listed

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