Tag: monument

The Rutland Chantry

One of the most beautiful monuments in St George’s Chapel is that commemorating George Manners, 11th Lord Roos, and his wife, Anne. George Manners of Belvoir and Helmsley was the son and heir of Robert Manners of Etal in Northumberland ...

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Man’s Best Friend

At the foot of the tomb of Edward VII in St George’s Chapel can be seen the curled up figure of Caesar, a wire-haired fox terrier and the King’s favourite dog. Caesar was Edward VII’s constant companion, following him everywhere ...

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The FitzGerald Ape

On the monument in the Lincoln Chapel, at the south-east end of St George’s, at the feet of Elizabeth, Countess of Lincoln, appears an ape, standing on all fours. Elizabeth FitzGerald was the third wife of Edward Clinton, 1st Earl ...

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The King's Free Chapel. The Chapel of the Most Honourable and Noble Order of the Garter. The Chapel of the College of St George.