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City of Lincoln
 St Benedict  St Mary-le-Wigford
Lincoln Cathedral
Park in one of the city's fairly expensive (£5 all day) central long stay car parks , a very short walk to the Cathedral. There is an entrance fee of  £4.00. There is no extra charge for photography.
Nave  Galilee Porch  South Transept Retrochoir South-East Transept  Cloisters  Choir
Slab on modern base said to be Bishop Remigius; the inscription is modern
Elizabeth Hatton (1724)   Elizabeth Scrope (1719) Mrs Pownall (1777) 
  Sir Joseph Banks (1820)  Bishop Kaye (1857)  Dean Michael Honywood (1681)  Bishop Smith (1514) 
Fragments of the monument of Bishop Edward Lake, mounted on wall.

Galilee Porch South-East Transept 

Crosses and brass matrix outside the Cathedral
 Bishop Robert Grossteste (1253) Modern slab
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South Transept
Dean Fuller (1697)  Bishop King (1910)  Sir George Tailboys (1538) 
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Bishop Wordsworth (1885) Monument and effigy Fleming Chantry Chapel. Effigy above; cadaver below. 
Remains of Shrine of Head of Saint Hugh (1390) , Bishop Burghesse  Top: Effigy of Bishop Burgesse 
Bottom Effigy of Bartholomew, Lord Burghersh
 Monument of Bartholomew, Lord Burghersh (1355)
Monument of Queen Eleanor of Castile (1299)  Top: Effigy of Queen Eleanor of Castile
Bottom: Effigy of  Prior Wimbush (1461)
Monument of Prior Wimbush (1461) 
Dean Butler (1894) monument and effigy  Peter de Wint (1849) 
Left: Lord Canteloup monument and effigy
Above:  Series of table tombs behind altar
Right:  Russell Chantry

Above: Incised slab
First right: Jacob Clents (1809) Sub Dean
Second Right Thomas Loveden (c 1400)
Third Right: Richard de Gaynisburgh/ Gainsborough (1300)
Fourth right: Fragment of slab with lettering

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  Choir Aisles   
Left:   Longland Chantry
Below: Remains of shrine of Little Saint Hugh
Right Top: William Byrd
Right Bottom: Tomb of Kathryn Swinford and daughter from aisle

Bishop Remigius  Kathryn Swynford & Daughter from Choir 
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St Mary le Wigford
High Street
Knight Sir Thomas Grantham (1630) & first wife Frances (Puckering)(1610) He was Speaker of the House and Keeper of the Geat Seal. From the old church of St Martin. Possibly by Maximilian Colt
Above left: Leonard Laycock (1594) buried in the 'Chauncell of the Church of S. Mark's at Lincoln'
Above centre : Unknown lady 15th century
Above right:  c 1526 remains of incised slab to unknown couple
Right: Illustration of the Grantham monument
Two 14th century ladies
St Benedict
St Benedict's Square

Above and near right: William Adams Nicholson (1853)
Far right: 'Here lyeth intered neare this place ye bodies of John Becke citizen & alderman and twice mayor of this citie of Lincolne and Marie his wife who had by her issue 10 children, 7 sonnes Robert, John, Thomas, Edward, Roger, Augustine and George, and 3 daughters Marie, Martha and Marie. Hee departed this life the 23 day of March in AD 1620 and Mary his wife departed the 9 of December 1617' Brought here following the demolition of St Peter in 1932.


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