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From: Dolly Ziegler <>
Subject: Re: Nicholas Carew's wife a Delamare?
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2005 20:04:18 -0400 (EDT)
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On Sun, 14 Aug 2005, Katheryn_Swynford wrote:
> For example, I have found that there _was_ an Isabella Delamare... who
> was the wife of a Richard Delamare; both reportedly were commemorated
> by a monumental brass in Hereford Cathedral but I've not been able to
> find any other details (found this in a book containing a list of
> medieval brasses in England by county).
Hello, Katheryn, here are some details:
Herefordshire, Hereford Cathedral. Rich. Delamare, esq., 1435, in arm.,
and wife Isabel, 1421, with SS. collar, double canopy with entablature
slightly mutil., 3 shs. (another lost), large, N[orth] Tr[ansept].
[Illustrations in] B.A.A. Jour., XXVII, 92; Havergal, Mon. Inscr., pl. 15,
figs. 43-5 (shs.); M.B.S. Portfolio, III, pl. 2.
From: _A list of monumental brasses in the British Isles_. By Mill
Stephenson. London: Headley Brothers Ltd. for The Monumental Brass
Society. First printed 1926, appendix 1938, reprinted in one volune 1964.
Cheers, Dolly in Maryland (USA)
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