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Drawing of the tomb of Lord Williams of Thame

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Drawing of the tomb of Lord Williams of Thame

John and Alfred Dunkin

Lord Williams died at Ludlow Castle on 14 October 1559. His body was returned to Rycote in preparation for a lavish funeral held in Thame Church on 15 November. He was buried in this tomb, which also bears the effigy of his first wife Elizabeth, in the centre of the chancel. This drawing is from a three-volume collection of drawings, engravings, maps and manuscripts relating to Oxfordshire formed by John Dunkin and Alfred John Dunkin titled "The Harcourt Collection of Oxford Almanacks."

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