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Tomb of Lionel, Lord Welles and his wife, Cecilia, Waterton Chapel, Methley Church

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Tomb of Lionel, Lord Welles and his wife, Cecilia, Waterton Chapel, Methley Church
Undated. Image shows the tomb of Lionel, Lord Welles, Sixth Baron Welles, Lieutenant of Ireland, and his wife, Cecilia located in the Waterton Chapel of Methley Church, the Church of St. Oswald. The alabaster recumbent figures lie against the South wall. Lord Welles was killed in the Battle of Towton, known as 'Palmesundayfield' in 1461. The story goes that his body was brought back to Methley hidden within a sack. His wife, Cecilia, was the daughter of Robert Waterton. The figures are a fine example of fifteen century work and are intricately carved Lord Welles is clad in armour with a lion at his feet and Cecilia is dressed in a long mantle. The tomb was restored in 1988.

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