2 edition of Notices of the historic persons buried in the chapelof St. Peter ad Vincula found in the catalog.
Notices of the historic persons buried in the chapelof St. Peter ad Vincula
Doyne Courtenay Bell
Biographical notices, p. 59-324: Gerald Fitzgerald, earl of Kildare.--John Fisher, bishop of Rochester.--Sir Thomas More.--George Boleyn, viscount Rochford.--Queen Anne Boleyn.--Thomas Cromwell, earl of Essex.--Margaret Plantagenet, countess ofSalisbury.--Queen Katharine Howard.--Jane, viscountess Rochford.--Thomas, lord Seymour of Sudeley.--Edward Seymour, duke of Somerset.--Sir Ralph Vane.--Sir Thomas Arundel.--John Dudley, duke of Northumberland.--Lady Jane Grey.--Lord Guildford Dudley.--Henry Grey, duke of Suffolk.--Thomas Howard, duke of Norfolk.--Sir John Perrott.--Philip, earl of Arundel.--Robert Devereux, earl of Essex.--Sir Thomas Overbury.--Thomas, lord Grey of Wilton.--Sir John Eliot.--William, viscountStafford.--Arthur Capel, earl of Essex.--James, duke of Monmouth.--George, lord Jeffreys.--John Roettier.--Edward, lord Griffin.--William, marquis of Tullibardine.--William, earl of Kilmarnock.--Arthur, lord Balmerino.--Simon, lord Fraserof Lovat.
|Statement||By Doyne C. Bell, F.S.A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||02029157|
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