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" Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent, in 1298, and was buried at Fountains. "
The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Page 192
1895
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A Guide to Ripon, Harrogate, Fountains Abbey, Bolton Priory, and Several ...

John Richard Walbran - 1851 - 148 pages
...bearing a shield, charged with a lion rampant, and said, by tradition, to represent the great Baron Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent in 1298, and was buried in this church. There is placed also in this chapel a sculptured tablet representing St. John, and...
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A guide to Ripon Harrogate, Fountains abbey, Brimham rocks, and several ...

John Richard Walbran - 1856 - 162 pages
...bearing a shield, charged with a lion rampant, and said, by tradition, to represent the great Baron Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent in 1298, and was buried in this church. The dedication of the next Chapel is shown to have been to St. Michael the Archangel,...
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A Guide to Ripon, Fountains Abbey, Harrogate, Bolton Priory, and Several ...

John Richard Walbran - 1875 - 298 pages
...chain-mail, bearing a shield, charged with a lion rampant, and said by tradition to represent the great baron Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent in 1298, and was buried in this church. This effigy was removed into the abbey museum, over the great kitchen, on Monday, August...
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 13

1895 - 736 pages
...will be granted perhaps that it was the larger of the two, and therefore not belonging to a Rokeby but a Bowes. The vast slab, which must have contained...Yorkshire monastic churches now in ruins, Whitby, Byland, Rievaulx, have yet to be cleared of a vast accumulation of fallen stones and rubbish before...
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A Picturesque History of Yorkshire: Being an Account of the ..., Volume 2

Joseph Smith Fletcher - 1900 - 412 pages
...here four chantry chapels, two on the north and two on the south. In that of St. Peter was the tomb of Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent in 1298 and was brought here for burial. The inscription, still fairly traceable, over the entrance of another, Altare...
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Handbook for Yorkshire: Including York, Doncaster, Selby, Beverley ..., Volume 3

John Murray (Firm) - 1904 - 594 pages
...are deposited some interesting relics found during the excavations. The most remarkable is the effigy of Roger de Mowbray, who died at Ghent in 1298 and was brought here for interment. It was removed to its present repository from one of the chapels in the...
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