He produced 57 monuments including Earl of Cardigan 1868-70 at Deene, Northamptonshire commissioned by his widow, Princess Alice 1878-80 at Frogmore, Duchess of Westminster d.
1880 at Eaton Hall which has 15C Renaissance antecedents.
Gives the conflicting evidence provided by antiquarian sources describing the early tombs of abbots now in the south cloister of Westminster Abbey and identifies them as monuments to Crispin, Gervase and Laurence. The article traces the influence the Westminster originals had on provincial tomb sculpture.
John Physick: Notes the early 18C condition of the S transept of the abbey which contained a vestry.
The new rector objected to its proposed position and design. The article traces the resulting case through its hearing at Lambeth revealing the underlying proposed Gothic Revival restoration of the chancel. Reviews the accepted identification of medieval effigies in the cathedral. Considers the evidence identifying the tombs of several medieval bishops some of which have been removed from their original locations.