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Westminster Abbey Interments and Memorials

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  • Amice Beverley (c.1353 - 1416)
    Her epitaph (but not John's) was recorded by William Camden in his guidebook of 1600 and can be translated: "Here lies Anne Boxall, daughter of Alan Boxall Knight, sometime wife of John Beverley who ...
  • John Beverley, Esq. (b. - 1380)
    Primary Sources Inquisitions Post Mortem for John de Beverle, Writ: 20 August, 4 Richard II [1380] He died on 29 July last [1380]. Anne and Elizabeth, his daughters, aged 10 years and 9 years respect...
  • Major General Thomas Livingston, Viscount Teviot (1651 - 1710)
    MAJOR GENERAL THOMAS LIVINGSTON, VISCOUNT TEVIOT Major General of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons (Scots Greys) and Master of Ordnance: Privy Councillor and sometime Commander-in-chief in Scotland N...
  • Sir James Wright, Colonial Governor of Georgia (1716 - 1785)
    ) James Wright (May 8, 1716 – November 20, 1785) was an American colonial lawyer and jurist who was the last British Royal Governor of the Province of Georgia. He was the only Royal Governor of the T...
  • Sir Richard Jebb, 1st Baronet (1729 - 1787)
    Wikipedia contributors. " Sir Richard Jebb, 1st Baronet ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. " Richard (Sir) Jebb ", Munks Roll, Royal College of Physicians of London Burke, Bernard, Sir. A genealo...

Scope of project

This project identifies people interred in Westminster Abbey, as well as individuals memorialized there.

See also Poets' Corner - Westminster Abbey