Monument to Lord Edward Seymour (d.1593) of Berry Pomeroy, Devon. North wall of north aisle Seymour Chapel, Berry Pomeroy Church, Devon. Lord Edward is the topmost reclining effigy, below whom is his son Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Baronet (d.1613), and the latter's wife at the lowest level, Elizabeth Champernowne.
Cecilia Nevill (or Cecily Neville), wife of Fitzwilliam Coningsby of Hampton Court, Herefordshire, MP, a royalist. Dau. of Henry Neville, 7th Lord Abergavenny and Lady Mary Sackville. Ancestress of the Viscounts Gormanston. By Robert Peake, c. 1617, Weiss Gallery.
Sir Robert Peel MP and Prime Minister in the 1830s and 40s. Reorganised the London police force and hence gave rise to the expressions 'Peelers' and 'Bobbies' for the police. He based the new structure on that of the City of London Police, which carried on as a separate force. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition, 1851. 2nd baronet. Born at Chamber Hall, Bury, Lancashire. Son of Sir Robert Peel. Died at his home at Whitehall Gardens, cont.