Stall-Plates of the Knights of the Garter

Contents

Introduction

This catalogue is taken from Edmund Horace Fellowes: The Knights of the Garter, 1348-1939. With a complete list of the stall-plates in St. George's chapel; London, Published for the dean and canons of St. George's chapel in Windsor castle by the Society for promoting Christian knowledge, 1939.

St. George's chapel is the home of the Order of the Garter.  The stalls that line the walls of the 14th c. choir are reserved for the knights of the order.  Each of the 26 knights is assigned to a stall.  By tradition, the knight's banner hangs above the stall, and his crest and mantling are placed on top of the helm surmounting the stall's canopy.  At the knight's death banner, crest and mantling are taken away.  However, a small brass plate enameled with his arms is also affixed to the stall, and remains in perpetuity (in principle).

At present, the oldest plates still in place date from the late 14th c.  Many of the plates representing the early knights date from later periods.

The number of knights was originally 26, and accordingly the stalls were numbered from 1 (Sovereign's stall) to 26, with the odd numbers on the south side and the even numbers on the north side (that is the system used in earlier reference works such as Ashmole and Joseph Pote, 1749). In the 19th century, with the admission of foreign knights and Princes of the Blood Royal, the number of stalls in use increased. Fellowes decided to number the stalls on each side, S1 to S27 on the south side and N1 to N27 on the north side. The older number, when applicable, is between parentheses.  The dates are those of investiture or installation, unless followed by el, in which case they are the date of election.

Originally a knight was assigned to a stall and remained there. Starting in the 16th century, knights changed stalls based on seniority as vacencies opened among better-positioned stalls. Up to the early 16th c., documents exist that list the succession of knights for each stall. Fellowes publishes that list.

The next section lists the knights for which no plate is found in the chapel. In most cases this results from the fact that they were never installed (during the Commonwealth period, for example, or during George III's madness). In other cases, the plates simply went missing. Finally, Fellowes lists the Ladies of the Garter.

Note: The text is pretty much as it stands in Fellowes' 1939 publication (I have omitted references to Pope's publication.) It contains a number of errors. Corrections are made to the separate chronological list of Knights of the Garter.

Three knights are missing from Fellowes' list: number 289 (William Blunt, Lord Mountjoy), number 294 (Henry Percy, earl of Northumberland), and number 631 (George Legge, earl of Dartmouth).

On the chapel, see also:

South Side

The Sovereign's Stall (1)

No plates

Stall S2

  • 1839 (685) Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Afterwards Consort of Queen VICTORIA.

Stall S3 (3)

  • c.1395 (86) Sir William Arundel. Served with Richard II in Ireland. Constable of Rochester Castle.
  • 1482 (220) John II, King of Portugal, not installed, and election void. Re-elected 1488, and then installed in Stall S.11, but his stall-plate remains in Stall S3, its original position.
  • 1551 (326) Henry II, King of France.
  • 1566 (348) Charles IX, King of France.
  • 1603 (393) Henry Frederick (Stuart), Duke of Rothesay. Afterwards PRINCE OF WALES. Eldest son of James 1. Died in his father's lifetime.
  • 1628 (424) Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden. Surnamed "the Great." Killed at the battle of Lützen.
  • 1638 (437) Charles (Stuart), Duke of Cornwall. Shortly afterwards styled PRINCE OF WALES. Subsequently CHARLES II, King of England.
  • 1684 (487) Prince George of Denmark. Consort of the Princess ANNE, afterwards Queen of England.
  • 1703 (509) George Lewis, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg, Elector of Hanover. Afterwards GEORGE I, King of England.
  • 1750 (559) Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha. Brother of Augusta, Princess of Wales, the mother of George III.
  • 1801 (601) Edward, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, afterwards Duke of Kent; 4th son of George III and father of Queen Victoria. His monument is at the south-west end of the nave of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1801 (603) Augustus Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of Sussex. 6th son of George III.
  • 1801 (604) Adolphus Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of Cambridge. 7th son of George III.
  • 1801 (618) William Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards 2nd Duke of Gloucester. Nephew of George III.
  • 1863 (736) Prince Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Saxony and Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Afterwards Duke of Edinburgh. 2nd son of Queen Victoria.
  • 1902 (823) Prince Arthur Frederick Patrick Albert of Connaught, only son of Arthur, Duke of Connaught, and grandson of Queen Victoria. Governor-General of the Union of South Africa.

Stall S4

  • 1814 (644) Frederick William III, King of Prussia. Father of William I, Emperor of Germany.
  • 1835 (676) George Frederick William Charles, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards 2nd Duke of Cambridge. Commander-in-Chief of the British Army. Served in the Crimean War.
  • 1869 (758) Prince Leopold George Duncan Albert, Duke of Saxony and Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Afterwards Duke of Albany. 4th son of Queen Victoria.
  • 1883 (779) Prince Albert Victor Christian Edward, of Wales. Afterwards Duke of Clarence and Avondale. Eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales.
  • 1884 (782) Prince George Frederick Ernest Albert of Wales. Afterwards PRINCE OF WALES, and subsequently GEORGE V, King of England. His tomb is in the second bay at the north-west end of the nave of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1916 (857) Prince Albert Frederick George. Afterwards Duke of York, and subsequently GEORGE VI, King of England.
  • 1924 (866) Prince George Edward Alexander Edmund. Afterwards Duke of Kent. 4th son of George V.

Supernumerary Stall on the Screen

  • c.1468 (201) Charles, Duke of Burgundy. Surnamed "The Bold." Killed in action against the Duke of Lorraine at Nancy. He married the Princess Margaret, daughter of Richard, Duke of York, sister of Edward IV, King of England.

  • Stall-plate moved here from Stall S.5 in 1937.
  • 1750 (561) George William Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards GEORGE III, King of England.
  • 1750 (562) Charles William Frederick, 8th Margrave of Brandenburg-Anspach.
  • 1814 (648) William Frederick de Nassau, 6th Prince of Orange. Afterwards William I, King of the Netherlands.
  • 1816 (649) Leopold George Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. Afterwards Leopold I, King of the Belgians. He married the Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, only child of the Regent, afterwards George IV, in the direct line of the British Throne. A statue of Leopold stands at the west end of the north aisle of St. George's Chapel, close to the monument to the Princess Charlotte.

  • For a second stall-plate of King Leopold, affixed after his accession to the throne in 1831, see Stall S3 on the north side.
  • 1830 (668) William I, King of Württemberg.
  • 1855 (714) Victor Emmanuel II, King of Sardinia. Afterwards King of Italy.
  • 1865 (744) Christian IX, King of Denmark.
  • 1866 (748) Leopold II, King of the Belgians.

Stall S5 (5)

  • 1348 (4) Sir John de Grailly, Vicomte de Benanges et Castillon. Captal (i.e. Governor) de Buch. One of the Founders of the Order. Fought under the Black Prince at Poictiers.
  • c.1399 (92) Sir Philip de la Vache. Served in the French wars.
  • c.1408el (114) Gilbert, 5th Lord Talbot. Afterwards Lord Strange of Blackmere. Defeated the insurgent Welsh in 1407. Served in the French wars. Captain General of the Marches in Normandy.
  • 1421el (138) John (de Mowbray), Earl Marshal; afterwards 3rd Duke of Norfolk. He served in the French wars, but was absent from Agincourt through sickness.
  • c.1472el (208) John (de la Pole), 2nd Duke of Suffolk. Married Elizabeth, sister of Edward IV. A staunch Yorkist.
  • c.1495 (246) Henry (Tudor), Duke of York. Created PRINCE OF WALES in 1502 on the death of his brother Arthur. Afterwards HENRY VIII, King of England.
  • 1535 (297) James V, King of Scotland. Father of Mary, Queen of Scots and nephew of Henry VIII.
  • 1555 (333) Emanuel Philibert, 10th Duke of Saxony.
  • 1582 (364) Frederick II, King of Denmark.
  • 1582 (365) John Casimir, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria.
  • 1605 (399) Ulric, Prince of Norway and Denmark, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein.
  • 1628 (425) Henry Frederick de Nassau, 10th Prince of Orange. Grandfather of William III, King of England.
  • 1633 (432) Prince Charles Ludovic, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria. Son of Frederick, King of Bohemia and the Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I.
  • 1645 (440) Prince Rupert, Count Palatine of the Rhine. Duke of Bavaria. Supporter of Charles I in the Civil War. Brother of the above. Elected 1642; installation dispensed with at Oxford 1645.
  • 1673 (478) Charles (Palmer, afterwards Fitzroy) Earl of Southampton. Afterwards Duke of Southampton. Son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland.
  • 1684 (488) Charles (Seymour) 6th Duke of Somerset. Supporter of the Prince of Orange, and contributed largely to the undisputed succession of the House of Hanover.
  • 1762 (580) William Henry, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of Gloucester. 3rd son of Frederick Prince of Wales, and brother of George ill.
  • 1855 (713) Napoleon III, Emperor of the French.
  • 1861 (728) William V, King of Prussia. Afterwards William I, Emperor of Germany.
  • 1876 (766) George I, King of the Hellenes.

Stall S6

  • 1677 (481) *Thomas (Osborne), 2nd Earl of Danby. Afterwards 1st Duke of Leeds. Lord President of the Council. Took an active part in the Revolution that brought William III to the throne.
  • 1680 (484) *Charles II, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria.
  • 1752 (568) William V. de Nassau, Prince of Orange. Son of William IV, Prince of Orange, and the Princess Anne, his wife, eldest daughter of George II.
  • 1814 (642) Louis XVIII, King of France.
  • 1825 (659) Charles X, King of France.
  • 1858 (723) *Pedro V, King of Portugal.
  • 1873 (764) *Nasr ed Din, Shah of Persia.
  • 1881 (774) Oscar II, King of Sweden and Norway.
  • 1892 (798) *Carol I, King of Roumania.


  • * Transferred from Stall S.7 in 1938.

Stall S7 (7)

  • 1348 (6) *William (de Montacute), 2nd Earl of Salisbury. One of the Founders of the Order. In the wars of his time he was chiefly distinguished in naval actions. He was the last survivor of the Founders.
  • c.1397el (89) *John (de Montacute), 3rd Earl of Salisbury. Joined in a conspiracy for the restoration of Richard II in 1399, but was captured and beheaded.
  • c.1461 (187) John (Tiptoft), Earl of Worcester. Constable of England. Supporter of Edward IV. On the restoration to power of Henry VI he was beheaded for high treason.
  • 1472el (203) John (de Mowbray), 5th Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal. One of the leaders in the invasion of France in 1475.
  • 1527 (293) John (de Vere), 15th Earl of Oxford. Knighted at the battle of the Spurs.
  • 1544 (314) Henry (Fitzalan), 12th Earl of Arundel. Present at the capture of Boulogne. Married, firstly, Catherine daughter of Thomas, 1st Marquess of Dorset, K.G., aunt of Lady Jane Grey.
  • 1555 (336) Anthony (Browne), 1st Viscount Montagu. Served with the army in Picardy. Ambassador to the Holy See.
  • 1561 (345) Henry (Carey), 1st Lord Hunsdon. Son of William Carey and Mary Boleyn.
  • 1572 (356) William (Cecil), 1st Lord Burghley. For 40 years leading Minister of Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1574 (360) Henry (Herbert), 2nd Earl of Pembroke. Married Mary, sister of Sir Philip Sidney: "Sidney's sister, Pembroke's mother."
  • 1575 (362) Charles, 2nd Lord Howard of Effingham. Afterwards Earl of Nottingham. Lord High Admiral. In command of the fleet at the capture of Cadiz and the defeat of the Spanish Armada.
  • 1593 (378) Henry (Percy), 3rd Earl of Northumberland. Served at the siege of Ostend under Sir Francis Vere. Heavily fined and imprisoned in the Tower of London for suspected complicity in the "Gunpowder" Plot.
  • 1593 (379) Edward (Somerset), 4th Earl of Worcester.
  • 1593 (381) Edmund. 3rd Lord Sheffield. Afterwards 1st Earl of Mulgrave. Served in the fleet against the Spanish Armada.
  • 1661 (444) James (Butler), 1st Marquess of Ormonde. Afterwards 1st Duke of Ormonde.
  • 1661 (461) Aubrey (de Vere), 20th (and last) Earl of Oxford. Imprisoned in the Tower of London as party to a plot against the Protector Cromwell.
  • 1693 (501) John George IV, Duke of Saxony.
  • 1700 (507) Thomas (Herbert), 8th Earl of Pembroke and 5th Earl of Montgomery. Lord High Admiral of England. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1713 (520) Henry (Grey). 1st Duke of Kent.
  • 1760 (577) Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick-Beyern.
  • 1842 (689) Frederick Augustus II, King of Saxony.

    * The original stall-plates of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Earls of Salisbury were missing at a very early date. The present plates were affixed about the year 1741 by George, Duke of Montagu. Hope followed Beltz, who was in error in suggesting that both the plates in this stall represent the 2nd Earl. The wording of their style differs; but an error was in fact made on the plate of the 3rd Earl, whose name was John, not William; and hence arose the misunderstanding. The plate of the 4th. Earl is in Stall 23 North side.

Stall S8

  • 1771 (589) Augustus Henry (Fitzroy), 3rd Duke of Grafton.
  • 1823 (655) John VI, King of Portugal.
  • 1882 (776) Albert, King of Saxony.
  • 1895 (806) Carlos I, King of Portugal. Assassinated 1908.
  • 1909 (838) Manoel II, King of Portugal.

Stall S9 (9)

  • 1348 (8) Sir John de Lisle, afterwards 1st Lord Lisle de Rougemont. One of the Founders of the Order. Granted a manor at the age of 17 to enable him to serve in the wars, in which he won great fame.
  • c.1356el (30) Sir Richard de la Vache. One of the Knights specially summoned by Edward III in 1347 to support him in arms.
  • 1408el (113) Edward, 3rd Lord Cherleton of Powys.
  • 1421el (136) Sir Hertong von Clux.
  • c.1465el (198) Richard (Plantagenet) Duke of Gloucester. Afterwards RICHARD III, King of England. Killed at the battle of Bosworth.
  • 1486 (228) John (de Vere), 13th Earl of Oxford. In command at the battle of Bosworth in support of Henry VII, and later against Simnel's rebellion.
  • 1543 (311) William (Paulet), Lord St. John of Basing. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Winchester. High Treasurer of England. Joined in the overthrow of the Protector Somerset.
  • 1547 (319) Edward (Stanley), 3rd Earl of Derby. "With his death the glory of hospitality seemed to fall asleep. "—Camden.
  • 1551 (327) Edward, 9th Lord Clinton. Afterwards 1st Earl of Lincoln. Lord High Admiral of England. He was buried in the Lincoln Chapel (in St. George's Chapel), in the centre of which is a monument displaying: full length figures of himself and his third wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Gerald, 8th Earl of Kildare, K.G., —"the Fair Geraldine" of Surrey's poems.
  • 1597 (384) Thomas, 1st Lord Howard de Walden. Afterwards 1st Earl of Suffolk. Served in the Fleet against the Spanish Armada.
  • 1599 (388) Robert (Radclyffe), 5th Earl of Sussex.
  • 1605 (404) Philip (Herbert), 1st Earl of Montgomery. Afterwards 4th Earl of Pembroke.
  • 1625 (418) William, (Cecil), 2nd Earl of Salisbury.
  • 1625 (420) Edward (Sackville), 4th Earl of Dorset.
  • 1661 (445) Edward, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria. Son of Frederick, King of Bohemia, and the Princess Elizabeth. daughter of James I.
  • 1661 (465) William (Wentworth), 2nd Earl of Strafford.
  • 1671 (470) John George II, Duke of Saxony.
  • 1684 (489) George (Palmer, afterwards Fitzroy), Duke of Northumberland. 3rd son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland.
  • 1703 (512) John (Churchill), 1st Duke of Marlborough. The hero of the battles of Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde and Malplaquet.
  • 1713 (523) Thomas (Wentworth), 3rd Earl of Strafford.
  • 1714 (527) Lionel Cranfield (Sackville), 7th Earl of Dorset. Afterwards 1st Duke of Dorset. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1771 (587) Henry Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn. 4th son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, and brother of George III.
  • 1801 (598) William (Cavendish), 5th Duke of Devonshire.
  • 1801 (611) Ernest Lewis, 5th Duke of Saxe-Gotha and Altenburg. Cousin of George III.
  • 1837 (681) Charles William Frederick Emicon, Prince of Leiningen. Half-brother of Queen Victoria.
  • 1838 (682) Ernest Frederick Anthony Charles Lewis, Reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Uncle of Queen Victoria. Styled Ernest I.
  • 1877 (767) Prince Frederick William Victor Albert: of Prussia. Afterwards William II, Emperor of Germany (popularly known as "The Kaiser"). His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War.
    For a second stall-plate, affixed after his accession as William II, see Stall 5 on the north side.
  • 1903 (826) Muzaffer-ed-Din, Shah of Persia.

Stall S10

  • 1801 (610) Hugh (Percy), 2nd Duke of Northumberland.
  • 1801 (613) John (Pitt), 2nd Earl of Chatham. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1801 (614) James (Cecil), 1st Marquess of Salisbury.
  • 1801 (615) John (Fane), 10th Earl of Westmorland. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1805 (624) John Henry (Manners), 5th Duke of Rutland.
  • 1823 (663) William George Spencer (Cavendish), 6th Duke of Devonshire.
  • 1862 (735) Frederick William Charles George Ernest Adolphus Gustavus, reigning Grand-Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
  • 1906 (830) Mutsuhito, Emperor of Japan.
  • 1912 (845) Yoshihito, Emperor of Japan.
  • 1924 (867) Ferdinand, King of Roumania.

Stall S11 (11)

See a detail of this stall.
  • c.1368el (44) Ralph, 4th Lord Bassett of Drayton. Served in the French wars under the Black Prince and Richard II.
  • c.1438el (152) Richard (Nevill), 5th Earl of Salisbury. Lord Chancellor. Taken prisoner at the battle of Wakefield and beheaded, 1460.
  • c.1461 (189) John (Nevill), Lord Montagu. Afterwards Marquess of Montagu.
  • 1505 el (260) Richard (Grey), 3rd Earl of Kent. Present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1526 (290) Sir William Fitzwilliam. Afterwards 1st Earl of Southampton. Served with distinction against the Scots and French, and on important diplomatic missions. His altar-tomb is beneath the south window of the Bray Chapel in St. George's Chapel.
  • 1549 (322) Francis (Hastings), 2nd Earl of Huntingdon.
  • 1549 (325) Sir William Herbert. Afterwards 1st Earl of Pembroke. Took part against the Protector Somerset. Supporter of Queen Mary I.
  • 1554 (334) William, 1st Lord Howard of Effingham. Lord High Admiral.
  • 1611 (407) Robert (Kerr), Viscount Rochester. Afterwards 1st Earl of Somerset. Accused of complicity in the Overbury Plot.
  • 1630el (431) James, 3rd Marquess of Hamilton. Afterwards 1st Duke of Hamilton. In command of the Scotch forces he was defeated by Cromwell in 1648 and beheaded in Palace Yard.
  • 1635 (436) Algernon (Percy), 10th Earl of Northumberland. Lord High Admiral.
  • 1677 (480) Henry (Cavendish), 2nd Duke of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
  • 1685 (492) Laurence (Hyde), Earl of Rochester, 2nd son of Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon and uncle of Queen Anne. First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1694 (503) Charles (Talbot), 12th Earl of Shrewsbury. Afterwards 1st Duke of Shrewsbury. Supporter of William III. Viceroy of Ireland. Lord High Treasurer.
  • 1703 (513) Meinhardt (de Schomberg), 3rd Duke of Schomberg and Duke of Leinster. Present at the battle of the Boyne, at which his father was killed.
  • 1721 (537) Charles (Fitzroy), 2nd Duke of Grafton. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1801 (621) George John, 2nd Earl Spencer. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1836 (678) Henry (Petty), 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1844 (695) Ernest Augustus Charles John Leopold Alexander Edward. Reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Styled Ernest II. Brother of Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria.
  • 1892 (797) Ernest Lewis Charles Albert William, Grand Duke of Hesse and the Rhine. Styled Ernest V. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War. His name is wrongly given on his plate as Lewis V.

Stall S12

  • 1805 (626) Henry Charles (Somerset), 6th Duke of Beaufort.
  • 1831 (671) Augustus William Maximilian Frederick Lewis, reigning Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
  • 1842 (691) Richard Plantagenet (Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville), 2nd Duke of Buckingham. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1842 (693) Henry (Vane), 2nd Duke of Cleveland.
  • 1865 (745) Louis III, Grand-Duke of Hesse and the Rhine.
  • 1889 (792) Albert William Henry. Styled Prince Henry of Prussia. Brother of William II, Emperor of Germany (the Kaiser), and grandson of Queen Victoria. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War.
  • 1906 (831) Prince Frederick, Grand-Duke of Baden.

Stall S13 (13)

  • 1348 (12) Sir Hugh Courtenay. One of the Founders of the Order. Served with the King in France.
  • c.1360el (37) Edmund (Plantagenet). Styled "of Langley," Earl of Cambridge. Afterwards Duke of York. Youngest son of Edward III, and great-grandfather of Edward IV. Saw active service in France and Spain.
  • c.1400el (95) John (Plantagenet). Styled "of Lancaster." Third son of Henry IV. Afterwards Duke of Bedford. Protector of England in the absence of Henry V in France. Regent of France during the minority of Henry VI. His stall-plate is one of four for which payment of 28s. was made by the Treasurer of St. George's Chapel, as shown in the Accounts for the Year 1422-3 (Windsor Records xv, 34. 32.)
  • c.1436el (151) Sir John Grey, afterwards 4th Lord Grey de Ruthyn. Served in.the French wars.
  • c.1439el (156) John (Beaufort), 3rd Earl of Somerset. Afterwards 1st Duke of Somerset. Father of Margaret, Countess of Richmond, mother of Henry VII.
  • c.1450el (171) Henry, Viscount Bourchier, Count of Eu. Afterwards 1st Earl of Essex.
  • 1523 (282) Walter (Devereux), 9th Lord Ferrers. Present at the capture of Boulogne. Afterwards 1st Viscount Hereford.
  • 1524 (284) Robert (Radclyffe), 10th Lord FitzWalter. Afterwards 1st Earl of Sussex. Present at the sieges of Tournay and Therouenne.
  • 1553 (329) Henry (Nevill), 5th Earl of Westmorland.
  • 1574 (359) Henry (Stanley), 4th Earl of Derby.
  • 1589 (373) Thomas (Sackville), 1st Lord Buckhurst. Afterwards 1st Earl of Dorset.
  • 1625 (419) James (Hay), 1st Earl of Carlisle. A favourite courtier of James I.
  • 1661 (453) George (Digby), 2nd Earl of Bristol.
  • 1680 (482) Henry (Fitzroy), 1st Duke of Grafton. Son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland.
  • 1685 (493) Louis (de Duras), 2nd Earl of Feversham. Marquis de Blanquefort in France. Nephew of Turenne. Naturalized in England in 1665. Friend of Charles II and James II. Commanded at the battle of Sedgemoor.
  • 1713 (522) Robert (Harley), 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer. Lord High Treasurer. He and his son founded the famous Harleian Collection of manuscripts now in the British Museum.
  • 1730 (547) Philip Dormer (Stanhope), 4th Earl of Chesterfield. Ambassador to the Hague. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Author of the "Letters to his Son."
  • 1741 (556) Charles (Spencer), 3 rd Duke of Marlborough. Fought at the battle of Dettingen.
  • 1771 (590) Granville (Leveson-Gower) Viscount Trentham. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Stafford. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1812 (637) James (Graham), 4th Duke of Montrose.
  • 1885 (786) Prince Henry Maurice of Battenberg. Married the Princess Beatrice, youngest daughter of Queen Victoria.
  • 1914 (850) Albert, King of the Belgians.
  • 1939 (891) Paul, Prince Regent of Yugoslavia.

Stall S14

  • 1805 (628) George Augustus (Herbert), 11th Earl of Pembroke and 8th Earl of Montgomery.
  • 1820 (653) Richard (Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville), 2nd Marquess of Buckingham. Afterwards 1st Duke of Buckingham and Chandos.
  • 1836 (677) Alexander, 10th Duke of Hamilton and 7th Duke of Brandon. Ambassador to St. Petersburg.
  • 1853 (708) Algernon (Percy), 4th Duke of Northumberland. Admiral R.N., First Lord of the Admiralty
  • 1856 (716) Henry John (Temple), 3rd Viscount Palmerston. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1902 (818) Prince Michael Alexandrovitch. Hereditary Grand-Duke of Russia.
  • 1902 (820) Prince Emmanuel Philibert Victor Eugene Genes Joseph Marie, Duke d'Aosta.
  • 1911 (842) Adolphus Frederick, Grand-Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
  • 1929 (877) Aldred Frederick George Beresford (Lumley), 10th Earl of Scarborough.

Stall S15 (15)

  • 1523 (281) Sir Thomas Boleyn. Afterwards Earl of Wiltshire and Ormonde. Father of Anne Boleyn and grandfather of Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1540 (304) Thomas, Lord Audley of Walden. Lord Chancellor.
  • 1545 (317) Thomas, Lord Wriothesley. Afterwards 1st Earl of Southampton. Lord Chancellor.
  • 1547 (321) Sir William Paget. Afterwards 1st Lord Paget de Beaudesert.
  • 1564 (350) Sir Henry Sidney. Father of Sir Philip Sidney. Fought at the battle of Flodden. Present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1597 (385) George (Carey), 2nd Lord Hunsdon. First cousin to Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1597 (387) Sir Henry Lea. "Personal Champion" to Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1599 (390) Thomas, 10th Lord Scrope of Bolton.
  • 1615 (411) William Lord Knollys of Grays. Afterwards 1st Earl of Banbury.
  • 1672 (472) John (Maitland) Duke of Lauderdale. One of the five Ministers who formed the "Cabal."
  • 1685 (490) Henry (Howard), 7th Duke of Norfolk. Constable of Windsor Castle.
  • 1689 (498) William (Cavendish), 4th Earl of Devonshire. Afterwards 1st Duke of Devonshire.
  • 1718 (531) Charles (Beauclerk), 1st Duke of St. Albans. Son of Charles II and Eleanor Gwynne.
  • 1726 (544) Charles (Lennox), 2nd Duke of Richmond and Duke of Lennox. Served at the battle of Dettingen.
  • 1730 (548) Richard (Boyle), 3rd Earl of Burlington and 2nd Earl of Cork.
  • 1750 (563) Thomas (Osborne), 4th Duke of Leeds.
  • 1750 (564) John (Russell), 4th Duke of Bedford. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1826 (660) Charles (Sackville-Germaine), 5th Duke of Dorset.
  • 1842 (690) Henry (Somerset), 7th Duke of Beaufort.
  • 1847 (702) Francis (Russell), 7th Duke of Bedford.
  • 1849 (704) George William Frederick (Villiers) 4th Earl of Clarendon. Lord Privy Seal. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1857 (718) Granville George (Leveson-Gower), 2nd Earl Granville. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1858 (722) William (Cavendish), 7th Duke of Devonshire. Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
  • 1862 (733) William Thomas Spencer (Wentworth-Fitzwilliam), 6th Earl Fitzwilliam.
  • 1905 (828) Oscar Gustavus Adolphus, Prince of Sweden and Norway. Afterwards Gustavus V, King of Sweden.

Stall S16

  • 1801 (606) Henry (Somerset), 5th Duke of Beaufort.
  • 1857 (719) Richard (Grosvenor), 2nd Marquess of Westminster.
  • 1864 (738) George Granville William (Leveson-Gower), 3rd Duke of Sutherland.
  • 1865 (746) Francis Thomas (de Grey), 7th Earl Cowper.
  • 1867 (750) Charles Henry (Gordon-Lennox), 6th Duke of Richmond and 1st Duke of Gordon.
  • 1909 (837) William Waldegrave, 2nd Earl of Selborne. First Lord of the Admiralty. High Commissioner of South Africa.
  • 1921 (862) Alfred, Viscount Milner. Secretary of State for War, and for the Colonies. High Commissioner of South Africa.

Stall S17 (17)

  • 1348 (16) Sir Miles Stapleton. One of the Founders of the Order. Fought at the siege of Calais and at the Battle of Creçy.
  • c.1365el (41) Humphrey (de Bohun), 7th Earl of Hereford.
  • c.1373el (53) Thomas (Beauchamp), 4th Earl of Warwick. Fought in the French campaign under John of Gaunt.
  • c.1401el (103) Sir Thomas Erpyngham. Fought at Agincourt.
  • 1429el (145) Humphrey, 6th Earl of Stafford. Afterwards 1st Duke of Buckingham. Served in the wars in France. Captain of Calais. Killed at the battle of Northampton, fighting as a Lancastrian.
  • 1462el (194) John, 5th Lord Scrope of Bolton. Fought as a Yorkist. Also in expeditions to France and Scotland.
  • c.1496d (251) Henry (Bourchier), 2nd Earl of Essex. Bore the Sword of State at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1518 (276) Thomas, 3rd Lord Dacre of Gillesland. Fought at the Battle of Flodden.
  • 1589 (372) Henry (Radclyffe), 4th Earl of Sussex.
  • 1593 (390) Thomas, 5th Lord Borough (or Burgh) of Gainsborough. Lord Deputy of Ireland.
  • 1630 (429) Robert (Bertie), 1st Earl of Lindsey. Died of wounds received at the battle of Edgehill.
  • 1701 (510) James (Douglas), 2nd Duke of Queensberry. Lord Privy Seal and a Lord of the Treasury. Largely instrumental in carrying the Act of Union with Scotland.
  • 1714 (525) Charles (Paulet), 2nd Duke of Bolton. A supporter of the Prince of Orange (William III), bringing him from Holland in 1688.
  • 1724 (542) Richard (Lumley), 2nd Earl of Scarborough.
  • 1752 (571) George (Brudenell, afterwards Montagu), 4th Earl of Cardigan. Afterwards Duke of Montagu. Constable of Windsor Castle.
  • 1805 (630) Philip (Stanhope), 5th Earl of Chesterfield. Ambassador to Spain.
  • 1812 (638) Francis (Rawdon-Hastings), 2nd Earl of Moira. Afterwards Marquess of Hastings. Served the American War. Commander of the Forces in India.
  • 1858 (721) Arthur Richard (Wellesley), 2nd Duke of Wellington.
  • 1862 (730) Edward Adolphus (Seymour), 12th Duke of Somerset.
  • 1867 (752) Henry Charles Fitzroy (Somerset), 8th Duke of Beaufort.
  • 1873 (765) Thomas William (Coke), 2nd Earl of Leicester.
  • 1888 (791) Charles Stewart (Vane-Tempest-Stewart), 6th Marquess of Londonderry. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1937 (887) Henry Hugh Arthur Fitzroy (Somerset), 10th Duke of Beaufort.

Stall S18

  • 1859 (725) Dudley (Ryder), 2nd Earl of Harrowby. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1859 (726) Edward Geoffrey (Smith-Stanley), 14th Earl of Derby. Chief Secretary for Ireland and afterwards Prime Minister.
  • 1865 (742) Harry George (Vane, afterwards Poulett). 4th Duke of Cleveland.
  • 1870 (761) Hugh Lupus (Grosvenor), 3rd Marquess of Westminster. Afterwards 1st Duke of Westminster.
  • 1878 (771) Robert Arthur Talbot (Gascoigne-Cecil), 3rd Marquess of Salisbury. Lord Privy Seal. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1886 (788) William (Nevill), 1st Marquess of Abergavenny.
  • 1937 (888) Claude George (Bowes-Lyon), 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Father of Elizabeth, Queen Consort of George VI, King of England.

Stall S19 (19)

  • c.1381el (67) Sir Thomas Felton. Fought at the battles of Creçy and Poictiers.
  • c.1400el (100) William, 5th Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
  • 1554 (332) Henry (Radclyffe), 2nd Earl of Sussex. In command against the Scots, 1547.
  • 1630 (428) Richard, 1st Lord Weston of Neyland. Afterwards 1st Earl of Portland. Lord High Treasurer.
  • 1661 (459) Sir George Monck. Afterwards 1st Duke of Albemarle. The chief instrument in the Restoration of King Charles II.
  • 1661 (464) Edward (Montagu), 2nd Earl of Manchester. Fought as a zealous Parliamentarian in the Civil War. Speaker of the House of Commons and House of Lords.
  • 1712 (519) James 4th Duke of Hamilton and 1st Duke of Brandon. Engaged the notorious duel with Lord Mohun in Hyde Park which ended fatally for both.
    The plate is dated 1713; but the Duke was killed in 1712 and was never installed.  The plate has the appearance of having been made considderably later.
  • 1714 (526) John (Manners), 2nd Duke of Rutland.
  • 1719 (535) Evelyn (Pierrepont), 1st Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1721 (538) Henry Fiennes (Clinton), 7th Earl of Lincoln.
  • 1741 (535) Charles (Beauclerk), 2nd Duke of St. Albans. Constable of Windsor Castle.
  • 1757 (575) Francis (Seymour-Conway), 1st Earl of Hertford. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Hertford. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1801 (619) William Henry (Bentinck, afterwards Cavendish Bentinck), 3rd Duke of Portland. Lord President of the Council and First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1849 (705) Frederick, 4th. Earl Spencer. Commanded a ship at the battle of Navarino.
  • 1915 (852) Edwyn Francis (Scudamore-Stanhope), 10th Earl of Chesterfield.

Stall S20

  • 1864 (739) George William Frederick (Brudenell-Bruce) 2nd Marquess of Ailesbury.
  • 1867 (751) Charles Cecil John (Manners), 6th Duke of Rutland.
  • 1884 (780) George Douglas (Campbell), 8th Duke of Argyll. Lord Privy Seal. President of the Council for India.
  • 1891 (796) George Henry, 5th Earl of Cadogan. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1912 (843) John Douglas Sutherland (Campbell). 9th Duke of Argyll. Governor General of Canada. Married the Princess Louise, 4th daughter of Queen Victoria.
  • 1916 (855) Victor Christian William (Cavendish), 9th Duke of Devonshire. Governor General of Canada.
  • 1918 (860) Henry John Brinsley (Manners), 8th Duke of Rutland.

Stall S21 (21)

  • 1348 (20) Sir John Chandos. One of the Founders of the Order. Fought at Creçy and Poictiers.
  • c.1370el (50) Guy, Lord Bryan. Bore the King's banner at the defence of Calais.
  • c. 1438el (154) Sir Gaston de Foix, Comte de Longueville et Benanges, Captal de Buch. Distinguished in the French wars.
  • 1488 (234) George (Talbot), 4th Earl of Shrewsbury. Fought with distinction against Lambert Simnel at the battle of Stoke.
  • 1540 (305) Sir Anthony Browne. An executor of the will of Henry VIII. A second stall-plate of the same date is now in the British Museum.
  • 1541 (308) Sir John Gage. Statesman and military commander.
  • 1588 (371) Sir Christopher Hatton. Lord Chancellor of England. A favourite courtier of Queen Elizabeth.
  • 1605 (400) Henry (Howard), Earl of Northampton. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1608 (401) Robert (Cecil), 1st Earl of Salisbury. 2nd son of Lord Burghley. Chief Minister of James I. He built Hatfield House.
  • 1616 (414) Robert (Sidney), Viscount Lisle. Afterwards 1st Earl of Leicester. Served in the wars in the Netherlands.
  • 1672 (477) Thomas (Butler) Earl of Ossory. Son of James 1st Duke of Ormonde, but died in his father's lifetime. Served in various actions against the Dutch Fleet.
  • 1704 (514) Sidney, Lord Godolphin of Rialton. Afterwards 1st Earl of Godolphin. Lord High Treasurer.
  • 1738 (552) William (Capel), 3rd Earl of Essex.
  • 1760 (579) Richard (Grenville-Temple), 2nd Earl Temple. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1851 (707) Charles William (Wentworth-Fitzwilham), 5th Earl Fitzwilliam.
  • 1892 (800) James (Hamilton), 2nd Duke of Abercorn.

Stall S22

  • 1866 (747) Henry Richard Charles (Wellesley), 1st Earl Cowley. Diplomatist. Ambassador to France.
  • 1884 (781) Edward Henry (Stanley), 15th Earl of Derby. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and for the Colonies.
  • 1885 (785) William Philip (Molyneux), 4th Earl of Sefton.
  • 1894 (803) Gavin (Campbell), 1st Marquess of Breadalbane. Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland.
  • 1908 (835) William George Spencer Scott (Compton), 5th Marquess of Northampton.
  • 1913 (846) Sir Edward Grey. Afterwards Viscount Grey of Falloden. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.

Stall S23 (23)

  • c.1359el (33) Sir Frank van Hale. With Sir W.  Manny in the suite of the Earl of Derby. Present at the attack on Bergerac. 
    His stall-plate probably dates from the sixteenth century.
  • c.1461el (186) Sir William Chamberlaine. Distinguished in the French wars under the Duke of Bedford.
  • 1472el (206) Walter (Blount), 1st Lord Mountjoy. Lord High Treasurer. Fought for Edward IV at the battle of Towton.
  • 1474el (212) Federigo (da Montefeltro), 1st Duke of Urbino. Took active part in the war for the Angevin succession to Naples.
  • c.1487el (231) Giles, 1st Lord Daubeny. Governor of Calais.
  • c.1505el (262) Sir Rhys ap Thomas FitzUrian. An ardent supporter of Henry VII.
  • 1541 (309) Sir Anthony Wingfield. Served in the French wars. Present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1585 (366) Edward (Manners), 3rd Earl of Rutland.
  • 1661 (463) Montagu (Bertie), 2nd Earl of Lindsey. Fought as a Royalist; taken prisoner at Edgehill, and wounded at Naseby.
  • 1757 (573) Henry (Howard), 4th Earl of Carlisle.
  • 1757 (576) James 2nd Earl Waldegrave.
  • 1771 (586) George (Keppel), 3rd Earl of Albemarle.
  • 1814 (646) Robert (Stewart), Viscount Castlereagh. Afterwards 2nd Marquess of Londonderry. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Fought a duel with Canning in 1808.
  • 1897 (808) Frederick Arthur (Stanley), 16th Earl of Derby. Secretary of State for the Colonies. Governor-General of Canada.
  • 1917 (859) Thomas Henry (Thynne), 5th Marquess of Bath.

Stall S24

  • 1868 (757) John Winston (Spencer-Churchill), 7th Duke of Marlborough.
  • 1869 (759) Stratford (Canning), Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe. Diplomatist.
  • 1899 (810) Victor Alexander (Bruce), 9th Earl of Elgin and 15th Earl of Kincardine.
  • 1928 (872) Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George Cambridge, Earl of Athlone. Formerly known as Prince Alexander of Teck. Married the Princess Alice, daughter of Prince Leopold, 4th son of Queen Victoria. Governor-General of the Union of South Africa. Governor of Windsor Castle.

Stall S25 (25)

  • 1348 (24) Sir Sanchet D'Abrichecourt. One of the Founders of the Order.
  • c.1359el (26) Sir William FitzWaryne.
  • c.1361el (40) William 4th Lord Latimer. Distinguished in the wars in France.
  • c.1388el (78) John, 1st Lord Devereux. Governor of Calais, and served in the French wars in Aquitaine.
  • c.1393el (84) John, 4th Lord Beaumont. Warden of the West Marshes, and Admiral of the North. Served in the French wars.
  • c.1396el (87) Sir John Beaufort. Afterwards 1st Earl of Somerset and Marquess of Dorset. Eldest son of John of Gaunt and Katharine Swynford. Admiral of the North.
  • c.1410el (117) Sir John Cornwall. Afterwards Lord Fanhope. Fought at the battle of Agincourt. Married Elizabeth, daughter of John of Gaunt, widow of John, Earl of Exeter, and sister of Henry IV.
  • 1457 (174) Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley. Chief Governor of Ireland.
  • 1461 (191) Sir John Astley.
  • 1489 (237) Sir John Savage. Acted with Sir Rhys ap Thomas in support of Henry Tudor, afterwards Henry VII.
  • c.1494el (241) Edward (Courtenay), 1st Earl of Devon. Fought at Bosworth, and defended Exeter against Perkin Warbeck in 1497.
  • 1510 (269) Sir Henry Marny. Afterwards Lord Marny. Lord Privy Seal. Fought at the battles of Stoke and Blackheath.
  • 1539 (303) Sir William Kingston. Fought at the battle of Flodden. Took part in the tilting at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1544 (313) Sir John Wallop. Soldier and diplomatist.
  • 1557 (338) William 13th Lord Grey of Wilton. Distinguished in the wars in France, and wounded at the battle of Pinkie.
  • 1593 (382) Sir Francis Knollys. First cousin of Queen Elizabeth and prominent in her reign. A consistent champion of the Puritans.
  • 1608 (403) George (Home), 1st Earl of Dunbar. Attended James VI to England. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
  • 1623 (415) James 2nd Marquess of Hamilton.
  • 1629 (427) William (Compton), 1st Earl of Northampton.
  • 1689 (497) Frederick Armand, 1st Duke of Schomberg. Killed at the battle of the Boyne.
  • 1822 (656) George James, 1st Marquess of Cholmondeley.
  • 1844 (699) Edward (Herbert, formerly Clive), 2nd Earl of Powis.
  • 1855 (711) Francis (Leveson-Gower), 1st Earl of Ellesmere.
  • 1900 (812) William John Arthur Charles James (Cavendish-Bentinck), 6th Duke of Portland.
  • 1922 (864) Henry George Charles, Viscount Lascelles. Afterwards 6th Earl of Harewood. Married the Princess Victoria. Alexandra Alice Mary, only daughter of King George V, afterwards Princess Royal of England.

Stall S26

  • 1902 (816) Herbrand Arthur (Russell), 11th Duke of Bedford.
  • 1924 (868) Edmund Bernard (Fitzalan-Howard), Viscount Fitzalan of Derwent. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1935 (881) Charles Alfred Worsley (Pelham), 4th Earl of Yarborough.
  • 1937 (884) Bernard Marmaduke (Howard), 16th Duke of Norfolk. Earl Marshal.

Stall S27

  • 1902 (824) Arthur Charles (Wellesley), 4th Duke of Wellington.
  • 1905 (829) Charles Henry (Gordon-Lennox), 7th Duke of Richmond and 2nd Duke of Gordon.
  • 1925 (870) Herbert Henry (Asquith), 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith. Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1933 (879) Victor Alexander George Robert, 2nd Earl of Lytton.
  • 1937 (886) Stanley, Earl Baldwin of Bewdley. Prime Minister. First Lord of the Treasury. Lord Privy Seal. Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.

North Side

The Prince's Stall (2)

  • 1475el (214) Edward (Plantagenet) PRINCE OF WALES. Afterwards EDWARD V, King of England. Murdered with his brother Richard, Duke of York, in the Tower of London.
  • c.1490el (239) Maximilian, King of the Romans. Afterwards the Emperor Maximilian I. In alliance with Henry VIII, he defeated the French at the battle of the Spurs, 1513.
  • 1508el (264) Charles, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards the Emperor Charles V.
  • 1605 (394) Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway. Brother of Anne, Queen of James I of England.
  • 1671 (469) Charles XI, King of Sweden.
  • 1694 (499) Frederick III, Margrave of Brandenburg. Afterwards Frederick I, King of Prussia. Married the Princess Sophia, sister of George I.
  • 1718 (529) Frederick Lewis, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Eldest son of George II. Afterwards PRINCE OF WALES. Father of George III.
  • 1730 (546) William Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 2nd son of George II. Afterwards Duke of Cumberland. Commander-in-Chief of the Forces.
  • 1771 (584) George Augustus Frederick, PRINCE OF WALES. Afterwards GEORGE IV, King of England.
  • 1771 (591) Frederick, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, Bishop of Osnaburg, 2nd son of George III. Afterwards Duke of York and Albany.
  • 1801 (596) William Henry, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 3rd son of George III. Afterwards Duke of Clarence, and subsequently WILLIAM IV, King of England.
  • 1858 (724) Albert Edward, PRINCE OF WALES. Afterwards EDWARD VII, King of England. His tomb and monument, with that of Queen Alexandra, is in the first bay at the south-cast end of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1911 (841) Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David, PRINCE OF WALES. Afterwards EDWARD VIII, King of England. Created Duke of Windsor after his abdication.

Stall N2

  • 1801 (602) Ernest Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 5th son of George III. Afterwards Duke of Cumberland. Subsequently King of Hanover.
  • 1867 (753) Arthur William Patrick Albert, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg-Gotha. Afterwards Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. Governor-General of Canada. 3rd son of Queen Victoria. No other Knight of the Garter throughout the history of the Order has held the honour for so long a period.
  • 1921 (863) Prince Henry William Frederick Albert. Afterwards Duke of Gloucester. 3rd son of George V.

Stall N3 (4)

  • c.1461el (185) George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence. Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Rebelled against his brother Edward IV, with his father-in-law, Richard, Earl of Warwick, the "King-maker." Returned to his allegiance. Convicted of treason on the accusation of his brother Richard, Duke of Gloucester,afterwards Richard III, he is said to have been drowned in a butt of Malmsey.
  • 1493 (242) Alphonso, Duke of Calabria. Afterwards Alphonso II, King of Sicily and Naples.
  • 1524 (279) Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards the Emperor Ferdinand 1. Brother of the Emperor Charles V.
  • 1612 (408) Frederick Casimir, Duke of Bavaria, Count Palatine of the Rhine. Afterwards King of Bohemia. Married Elizabeth, daughter of James 1.
  • 1625 (417) Christian, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
  • 1661 (439) James (Stuart), Duke of York. Afterwards JAMES II, King of England.
  • 1694 (500) George William, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of Zelle. Father of Sophia, Queen of George I.
  • 1710 (515) George Augustus, Electoral Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards PRINCE OF WALES. Subsequently GEORGE II, King of England.
  • 1718 (530) Ernest Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of York and Albany, Bishop of Osnaburg. Youngest brother of George I.
  • 1733 (549) William Charles Henry, Prince of Orange; afterwards William IV de Nassau. Married the Princess Anne, eldest daughter of George II.
  • 1750 (554) Frederick, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel. Married the Princess Mary, 4th daughter of George II.
  • 1752 (567) Edward Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Afterwards Duke of York and Albany. 2nd son of Frederick, Prince of Wales.
  • 1771 (585) Charles William Ferdinand, Hereditary Prince, afterwards Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Married the Princess Augusta, eldest daughter of Frederick, Prince of Wales. Killed at the battle of Jena.
  • 1814 (643) Francis I, Emperor of Austria.
  • 1816 (649) Leopold George Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. Afterwards Leopold I, King of the Belgians. Married the Princess Charlotte Augusta only child of George Prince of Wales, afterwards George IV. Her monument (by Chantrey) is at the northwest end of St. George's Chapel. The statue of King Leopold stands near it at the west end of the North Aisle.

  • Another stall-plate of King Leopold is now in the supernumerary stall on the south side. This was added after his accession to the Belgian throne.
  • 1835 (675) George Frederick Alexander Charles Ernest Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg. Son of Ernest, Duke of Cumberland. Afterwards King George V of Hanover. Nephew of King George IV of England. His monument is on the north wall of the nave of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1894 (804) Alfred Alexander William Ernest Albert, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg. Only son of Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, 2nd son of Queen Victoria.
  • 1902 (822) Prince Leopold Charles Edward George Albert. Duke of Albany. Afterwards reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War.

Stall N4

  • 1815 (647) Ferdinand VII, King of Spain.
  • 1878 (769) Prince Ernest Augustus William Adolphus George Frederick, of Hanover. 3rd Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale. Son of George V, King of Hanover. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915 during the Great War.

Supernumerary Stall on the Screen

  • 1435el (149) Edward, King of Portugal, Son of Philippa, sister of Henry IV, King of England.
  • 1674 (479) John (Sheffield), 3rd Earl of Mulgrave. Afterwards Duke of Buckingham and of Normanby. Served with the Fleet at the battle of Solebay, and with the Forces at Tangier, Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1867 (754) Francis Joseph, Emperor of Austria. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915 during the Great War.

  • These three plates were transferred here from Stall N5 in 1938.

Stall N5 (6)

  • c.1504 el (259) Guidobaldo (da Montefeltro), 2nd Duke of Urbino.
  • 1533 (295) Anne (de Montmorency), Comte de Beaumont. Afterwards Duc de Montmorency. Constable of France. Mortally wounded at the battle of St. Denis.
  • 1560 (343) Adolphus, Duke of Holstein.
  • 1625 (423) Claude de Lorraine, Duc de Chevreuse,
  • 1696 (504) William, Duke of Gloucester. Eldest son of George, Prince of Denmark and the Princess Anne, afterwards Queen Anne of England.
  • 1710 (517) John (Campbell), 2nd Duke of Argyll. Fought under Marlborough at Ramillies and Malplaquet. Played an important part in bringing about the Act of Union.
  • 1814 (641) Alexander I, Emperor of all the Russias.
  • 1822 (654) Frederick VI, King of Denmark.
  • 1827 (661) Nicholas I, Emperor of all the Russias.
  • 1842 (688) Frederick William IV, King of Prussia.
  • 1865 (743) Louis I, King of Portugal.
  • 1877 (767) William II, Emperor of Germany. This is a second plate for William II, see Stall N9, south side. This plate was added on his accession.
  • STALL6
  • c.1496 (249) *Charles (Somerset), 1st Earl of Worcester. His monument is in the Beaufort Chapel, at the south-west end of St. George's Chapel, together with that of his wife Elizabeth, daughter of William Earl of Huntingdon.
  • 1510 (268) *Sir Thomas Howard. Afterwards 3rd Duke of Norfolk. Fought at Flodden.
  • 1681 (485) *Charles (Lennox), 1st Duke of Richmond. Son of Charles II and Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth.
  • 1801 (607) George (Nugent-Temple-Grenville), 1st Marquess of Buckingham.
  • 1856 (717) Abdul Medjid, Sultan of Turkey.
  • 1891 (794) Victor Emmanuel Ferdinand, Prince of Naples. Afterwards Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy.

    *These three plates were transferred here from Stall N5 in 1938. It is stated by Hope that Lord Worcester's plate was discovered in a "marine store" in New Zealand and replaced in its original stall in 1898. If this is true it is regrettable that it should have been moved away in 1938. However, Lord Worcester was never installed here but in S.13 and for a time in N.19 (B.M. Add.MS. 6298, fo. 203 ; see also the Windsor Tables, which place him in N.19). In Pote's time and later, as shown in a plan of the plates circa 1800 in the Erary at Windsor, this plaque was in Stall N5 (6) immediately below the plate of the King of Portugal. The original plate was recorded as missing as long ago as circa 1560 (B.M. Add, MS. 6298), and it is extremely unlikely that this is the original plate. A further point must be recorded. In no case, as Hope says (Preface to Stall-Plates, p. 16), does a stall-plate exhibit an impalement. This plate is blazoned with the arms of Somerset impaling Herbert. Moreover, in style and design it differs from all other stall-plates, incidentally having no provision for fixing in its place. This armorial plaque certainly represents the first Earl of Worcester, but it is more likely that it has belonged to some monument associated with him; and unquestionably it is of contemporary date.

Stall N7 (8)

  • c.1415el (132) Sir William Phelipp. Afterwards 6th Lord Bardolf Fought at Agincourt.
  • 1445 (159) Sir John Beauchamp. Afterwards 1st Lord Beauchamp of Powyk. Lord Treasurer.
  • 1475el (215) Richard (Plantagenet), 5th Duke of York. 2nd son of Edward IV. Murdered in the Tower of London with his brother Edward V.
  • c. 1495el (247) Henry Algernon (Percy), 5th Earl of Northumberland. Fought at the battle of the Spurs.
  • 1513 (273) Sir Charles Brandon. Afterwards Duke of Suffolk. He married Mary, the younger daughter of Henry VII and widow of Louis XII, King of France. Buried in the south choir-aisle of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1545 (316) Francis (Talbot), 5th Earl of Shrewsbury. Took part in the Scottish invasion. Lord President of the Council of the North.
  • 1561 (344) George (Talbot), 6th Earl of Shrewsbury. Supporter of the claim of Lady Jane Grey. Had the custody of Mary Queen of Scots for 17 years.
  • 1570 (352) Henry (Hastings), 3rd Earl of Huntingdon. joint custodian of Mary Queen of Scots.
  • 1588 (370) Thomas (Butler), 10th Earl of Ormonde and Ossory. Suppressed various rebellions in Ireland.
  • 1592 (376) Gilbert (Talbot), 7th Earl of Shrewsbury.
  • 1601 (391) William (Stanley), 6th Earl of Derby.
  • 1603 (397) John (Erskine), 2nd Earl of Mar. Companion, from boyhood, of James I. Accompanied him to England in 1603. High Treasurer of England.
  • 1661 (446) George (Villiers), 2nd Duke of Buckingham. One of the five Ministers who formed the "Cabal."
  • 1672 (473) Henry (Somerset), 3rd Marquess of Worcester. Afterwards 1st Duke of Beaufort. Lord-President of Wales. Instrumental in the return of Charles II to England in 1660. Buried in St. George's Chapel in the Beaufort Chapel. His monument has since been moved to Badminton.
  • 1672 (475) William (Russell), 5th Earl of Bedford. Afterwards 1st Duke of Bedford. Fought as a Royalist at the first battle of Newbury.
  • 1710 (516) William (Cavendish), 2nd Duke of Devonshire. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1713 (521) John, 1st Earl Poulett. First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1844 (694) Louis Philippe, King of the French.
  • 1867 (755) Alexander II, Emperor of all the Russias. Assassinated 1881.
  • 1871 (762) Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil.
  • 1893 (802) Nicholas Alexandrovitch, Grand Duke of Russia. Afterwards Nicholas II, Emperor of all the Russias. Assassinated 1918.

Stall N8

  • 1801 (597) Charles (Lennox), 3rd Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
  • 1801 (605) William Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel. Son of the Princess Mary, daughter of George II.
  • 1867 (756) Abdul Aziz, Sultan of Turkey.
  • 1878 (768) Humbert, King of Italy.
  • 1881 (773) Alexander III, Emperor of all the Russias.
  • 1902 (815) Alfonso XIII, King of Spain.
  • 1914 (848) Christian X, King of Denmark.

Stall N9 (10)

  • c.1388el (79) Sir Peter Courtenay. Knighted by the Prince of Wales at Vittoria before the battle of Najara. Standard-bearer to Edward III, Captain of Calais. Governor of Windsor Castle.
  • c.1408el (115) Henry 3rd Lord FitzHugh. Served in the French wars with Henry V.
  • 1462 (188) William, 1st Lord Hastings. In command at the battle of Barnet. Beheaded in 1483 and buried in the Hastings Chapel in the north choir-aisle of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1483 (224) Thomas, 2nd Lord Stanley. Afterwards 1st Earl of Derby. At the battle of Bosworth he deserted the cause of Richard III, and is said to have placed the crown on Richmond's head on the field of battle.
  • 1525 (285) William (Fitzalan), 11th Earl of Arundel.
  • 1558 (337) Thomas (Radclyffe), 3rd Earl of Sussex. Chief Governor of Ireland.
  • 1559 (342) Sir Robert Dudley, Afterwards Earl of Leicester. A favourite courtier of Queen Elizabeth, and husband of Amy Robsart.
  • 1563 (347) Ambrose (Dudley), 2nd Earl of Warwick. Brother of the Earl of Leicester and Lord Guilford Dudley. Convicted of high treason as a supporter of Lady Jane Grey, but pardoned.
  • 1572 (357) Arthur, 14th Lord Grey of Wilton. Chief Governor of Ireland.
  • 1572 (358) Edmund (Brydges), 2nd Lord Chandos of Sudeley. Served in the wars in Scotland and France.
  • 1611 (406) Thomas, 14th Earl of Arundel and Surrey. Afterwards 1st Earl of Norfolk. Famous as an art collector.
  • 1625 (422) Thomas (Howard), Viscount Andover. Afterwards 1st Earl of Berkshire.
  • 1671 (471) Christopher (Monck) 2nd Duke of Albemarle.
  • 1700 (508) Arnold Joost (van Keppel), 1st Earl of Albemarle. Attended the Prince of Orange, afterwards William III, to England in 1688.
  • 1713 (524) Charles (Mordaunt), 3rd Earl of Peterborough. In command of the forces in Spain during the War of the Spanish Succession. The piece of Mortlake tapestry representing "the two Disciples at Emmaus," after Titian, designed as an Altar-piece, and now hanging on the screen of the Ros (or Rutland) Chapel in St. George's Chapel, was the gift of his mother, Lady Mordaunt.
  • 1718 (532) John, 2nd Duke of Montagu.
  • 1718 (533) Thomas (Pelham-Holles, formerly Pelham), 1st Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme. First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1771 (582) Adolphus Frederick IV, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Brother of Charlotte, Queen of George
  • 1771 (588) George (Spencer), 3rd Duke of Marlborough. 1801 (599) William (Petty), 3rd Earl of Shelburne. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Lansdowne. First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1904 (827) William II, King of Württemberg. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War.

Stall N10

  • 1801 (622) John Jeffreys (Pratt), 2nd Earl Camden. Afterwards 1st Marquess Camden. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1812 (634) William (Lowther), 1st Earl of Lonsdale.
  • 1812 (639) Henry (Pelham-Chnton), 4th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
  • 1814 (640) Arthur (Wellesley), 1st Duke of Wellington. The hero of the Peninsular War and the battle of Waterloo. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1818 (651) Henry William (Paget), 1st Marquess of Anglesey. Served in the Peninsular War, and at the battle of Waterloo where he lost a leg.
  • 1827 (664) Brownlow (Cecil), 2nd Marquess of Exeter.
  • 1829 (665) Charles (Lennox, afterwards Gordon-Lennox), 5th Duke of Richmond and Lennox. Fought at the battle of Waterloo.
  • 1881 (775) Alfonso XII, King of Spain.
  • 1896 (807) Christian Frederick William Charles, Crown Prince of Denmark. Afterwards Frederick VIII, King of Denmark.
  • 1906 (833) Haakon VII, King of Norway. Married the Princess Maud, youngest daughter of Edward VII.

Stall N11 (12)

  • 1348 (11) John, 2nd Lord Mohun. One of the Founders of the Order. Served in the wars under the Black Prince.
    The wooden shield which now represents Lord Mohun is probably no older than the 18th century.
  • c.1400el (98) Sir Thomas Beaufort. Youngest son of John of Gaunt and Katharine Swynford. Afterwards Earl of Dorset and Duke of Exeter. Captain of Calais. Lord Chancellor.
    c.1450 (179) John (Bourchier), 1st Lord Berners. Grandson of Thomas of Woodstock, 6th son of Edward III. Fought for Henry VI at the first battle of St. Albans. Afterwards changed sides.
  • c. 1474el (211) Henry (Stafford), 2nd Duke of Buckingham. Beheaded in 1483 for plotting for Richmond against Richard III, whom he formerly supported.
  • c.1487el (233) George (Stanley) 9th Lord Strange of Knockyrt. Eldest son of Thomas, 1st Earl of Derby, and died in his father's lifetime.
  • c.1505 (261) Lord Henry Stafford. Afterwards 3rd Earl of Wiltshire. 2nd son of Henry, 2nd Duke of Buckingham.
  • 1525 (288) Ralph (Nevill), 4th Earl of Westmorland. Present at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
  • 1539 (301) Sir John Russell. Afterwards 1st Earl of Bedford. Lord High Admiral, Lord Privy Seal. Appointed to conduct Philip II of Spain to England.

  • This is the Earl's second plate, the first being in Stall 21 on the north side. It would seem that this plate was added on his elevation to the earldom in 1550. It is recorded as being in this stall in B.M. Add. MS. 6298, fo. 203 et seq.
  • 1592 (377) George (Clifford), 3rd Earl of Cumberland. Navigator and mathematician,
  • 1603 (398) William (Herbert), 3rd Earl of Pembroke. He and his brother Philip are "the incomparable pair" to whom the First Folio of Shakespeare's Works (1623) is dedicated.
  • 1615 (410) Thomas (Erskine), Viscount Fentun. Afterwards 1st Earl of Kellie. Rescued James VI of Scotland (James 1 of England) from Lord Gowrie's Plot.
  • 1661 (450) William (Cavendish), created Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Companion of Charles II during his long exile.
  • 1722 (539) Charles (Paulet), 3rd Duke of Bolton.
  • 1722 (540) John (Manners), 3rd Duke of Rutland.
  • 1801 (608) Charles, 2nd Earl, afterwards 1st Marquess Cornwallis. Served in the American War. Governor-General of India. Compelled the surrender of Tippoo Sahib.
  • 1801 (616) Frederick (Howard), 5th Earl of Carlisle. Lord Privy Seal. Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1812 (635) Richard Colley, Marquess Wellesley. Elder brother of Arthur, Duke of Wellington. Governor-General of India, with distinguished war services.
  • 1831 (667) Bernard Eric Freund, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. Brother of Adelaide, Queen of William IV.
  • 1866 (749) Frederick Christian Charles Augustus, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. Known in England as Prince Christian. Married the Princess Helena, 3rd daughter of Queen Victoria.
  • 1882 (777) William III, King of the Netherlands.
  • 1890 (793) Charles, King of Württemberg.
  • 1938 (889) George II, King of the Hellenes.

Stall N12

  • 1805 (625) Philip (Yorke), 3rd Earl of Hardwick. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1819 (652) Hugh (Percy), 3rd Duke of Northumberland. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1841 (686) George Granville (Leveson-Gower), 2nd Duke of Sutherland.
  • 1846 (700) George Charles (Pratt), 2nd Marquess Camden.
  • 1901 (814) Frederick William Victor Augustus Ernest, Crown Prince Imperial of Germany. His banner was removed from over his stall in 1915, during the Great War.

Stall N13 (14)

  • 1421el (139) William (de la Pole), 3rd Earl of Suffolk, afterwards 1st Duke of Suffolk. Served for 24 years in the wars. In command at the victory of Verneuil, and at the siege of Orleans. Taken prisoner by Joan of Arc. Assassinated 1450.
  • c.1487el (230) John, 1st Lord Dynham.
  • 1498 (252) Sir Thomas Lovell. Supporter of Henry VII, and fought at the battle of Bosworth. Speaker of the House of Commons. He built the gate-house at Lincoln's Inn.
  • 1525 (283) Arthur (Plantagenet), Viscount Lisle. Natural son of Edward IV.
  • 1525 (286) Thomas (Manners), 1st Earl of Rutland. Present with Henry VIII at the Field of the Cloth of Gold. Son and heir of George, 12th Lord Ros, whose monument, with that of his wife, Anne St. Leger, niece of Edward IV, is in the Ros (or Rutland) Chapel in St. George's Chapel.
  • 1559 (312) William (Parr) Marquess of Northampton. Brother of Katharine Parr, Queen of Henry VIII. Originally appointed in 1543, he was degraded from the Order in 1553 as a supporter of Lady Jane Grey's cause, but re-elected in 1559. The stall-plate relating to his first investment or installation, dated 1552, is now in the British Museum, having, no doubt, been removed from St. George's Chapel on his degradation.
  • 1564 (349) Francis (Russell), 2nd Earl of Bedford.
  • 1570 (353) William (Somerset), 3rd Earl of Worcester. Supporter of Lady Jane Grey.
  • 1603 (395) Ludovick (Stuart), 2nd Duke of Lennox. Afterwards also 1st Duke of Richmond.
  • 1603 (396) Henry (Wriothesley), 3rd Earl of Southampton. Served under Essex in the attack upon Cadiz.
  • 1625 (421) Henry (Rich) Earl of Holland. Supporter of Charles I. Taken prisoner at Nonsuch and beheaded in Palace Yard, Westminster, in 1649.
  • 1661 (448) Thomas (Wriothesley), 4th Earl of Southampton. Lord High Treasurer.
  • 1672 (476) Henry (Bennet), Earl of Arlington. One of the five Ministers who formed the "Cabal."
  • 1698 (506) John (Holles), created Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Married Margaret, daughter and coheiress of Henry (Cavendish), 2nd Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  • 1718 (534) James, 3rd Earl of Berkeley. Vice-Admiral of the Red. Commanded a ship in Rooke's engagement off Malaga.
  • 1741 (557) Evelyn (Pierrepont), 2nd Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull.
  • 1741 (558) William (Bentinck), 2nd Duke of Portland.
  • 1812 (632) George Granville (Leveson-Gower), 2nd Marquess of Stafford. Afterwards 1st Duke of Sutherland.
  • 1837 (680) Edward Adolphus (Seymour), 11th Duke of Somerset.
  • 1842 (692) James Brownlow William (Gascoigne-Cecil, formerly Cecil), 2nd Marquess of Salisbury. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1858 (720) Frederick William Nicholas Charles, Crown Prince of Prussia. Afterwards Emperor of Germany. Married Victoria. Princess Royal of England, eldest daughter of Queen Victoria. His statue is at the cast end of the south choir-aisle of St. George's Chapel.
  • 1862 (734) Frederick William Lewis Charles, Prince of Hesse. Afterwards Grand Duke Louis IV, of Hesse.
  • 1902 (819) Francis Ferdinand Charles Louis Joseph, Marie, Archduke of Austria.
  • 1938 (890) Carol II, King of Roumania.

Stall N14

  • 1585 (368) Henry, 9th Lord Scrope of Bolton. Marshal of the army at the siege of Leith.
  • 1597 (386) Charles (Blount), 8th Lord Mouritjoy, afterwards Earl of Devonshire. Quelled the Irish Rebellion under the Earl of Tyrone.
  • 1805 (627) John James (Hamilton), 1st Marquess of Abercorn.
  • 1805 (629) George (Finch), 8th Earl of Winchilsea and 4th Earl of Nottingham.
  • 1822 (657) Francis Charles (Seymour-Conway), 3rd Marquess of Hertford.
  • 1831 (670) Charles, 2nd Earl Grey. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of Reform Bill fame.
  • 1844 (696) Thomas Philip (Robinson, afterwards Weddell, afterwards de Grey), 2nd Earl de Grey. Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1846 (701) Richard (Seymour-Conway), 4th Marquess of Hertford.
  • 1851 (706) Constantine Henry (Phipps), 1st Marquess of Normanby. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Secretary of State for the Colonies.
  • 1855 (710) George William Frederick (Howard), 7th Earl of Carlisle. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1887 (790) Rudolph Francis Charles Joseph, Prince Imperial of Austria.
  • 1902 (821) Prince Louis Philip Marie Charles, Duke of Braganza, Crown Prince of Portugal.
  • 1911 (840) Leopold, Prince Regent of Bavaria. His banner and crest were never placed in the Chapel.
  • 1928 (876) Hirohito, Emperor of Japan.
  • 1935 (882) Leopold III, King of the Belgians.

Stall N15

  • 1474el (213) Henry (Percy), 4th Earl of Northumberland. In command at the capture of Berwick-on-Tweed. Taken prisoner at the battle of Bosworth. Assassinated in 1489 by the mob for levying an unpopular tax.
  • 1488 (236) John, 1st Viscount Welles, Captain in the forces of his nephew, the Earl of Richmond, afterwards Henry VII.
  • c.1500el (254) Sir Richard Guildford. A trusty councillor of Henry VII. Died on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
  • 1505 (258) Gerald (FitzGerald), 8th Earl of Kildare. Surnamed "Gerald the Great." Supporter of Lambert Simnel. Defeated Perkin Warbeck near Galway,
  • 1513 (271) George (Nevill), 5th Lord Bergavenny.Served in the wars in France.
  • 1537 (299) Henry (Clifford), 1st Earl of Cumberland.
  • 1539 (302) Sir Thomas Cheyney.
  • 1559 (341) Henry (Manners), 2nd Earl of Rutland.
  • 1628 (426) Theophilus (Howard), 2nd Earl of Suffolk,
  • 1661 (460) Edward (Montagu), 1st Earl of Sandwich. The patron and friend of Samuel Pepys. As joint General of the Fleet he was with Monck in escorting Charles II back to England from France in 1660.
  • 1661 (462) Charles (Stuart), 4th Duke of Richmond and Lennox, and last of this creation.
  • 1672 (474) Henry (Jermyn), Earl of St. Albans.
  • 1685 (491) Henry (Mordaunt), 2nd Earl of Peterborough. Served in the action off Solebay.
  • 1687 (494) Robert (Spencer), 2nd Earl of Sunderland. Diplomatist. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1692 (502) Charles (Sackville), 6th Earl of Dorset and 1 st Earl of Middlesex. Supported the cause of William of Orange.
  • 1722 (541) John (Ker), 1st Duke of Roxburghe. Prominent in promoting the Union with Scotland.
  • 1726 (545) Sir Robert Walpole. Afterwards 1st Earl of Orford. The famous Minister of George I and George II. He was in fact though not in name the first Prime Minister.
  • 1733 (550) William (Cavendish), 3rd Duke of Devonshire. Lord Privy Seal. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1750 (566) John (Carteret), 2nd Earl Granville. Chief Governor of Ireland.
  • 1752 (569) Henry (Fiennes-Clinton, afterwards Pelham-Clinton), 9th Earl of Lincoln. Afterwards 2nd Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
  • 1812 (633) Francis Conway (Ingram-Seymour-Conway), 2nd Marquess of Hertford.
  • 1827 (662) George William Frederick (Osborne), 6th Duke of Leeds.
  • 1834 (673) George Henry (Fitzroy), 4th Duke of Grafton.
  • 1835 (674) Walter Francis (Montagu-Douglas-Scott), 5th Duke of Buccleuch and 7th Duke of Queensberry. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1837 (679) George (Howard), 6th Earl of Carlisle. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1839 (683) Edward (Smith-Stanley), 13th Earl of Derby.
  • 1844 (697) James (Hamilton), 2nd Marquess of Abercorn. Afterwards 1st Duke of Abercorn. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1863 (737) Henry George, 3rd Earl Grey. Secretary of State for the Colonies.
  • 1865 (741)John Poyntz, 5th Earl Spencer. Viceroy of Ireland. Lord President of the Council.

Stall N16

  • c.1392el (83) *John, 2nd Lord Bourchier. Fought at Poictiers and served with the Black Prince in Gascony; also with Thomas of Woodstock in France. Governor of Flanders.
  • c.1406el (112) *Hugh, 2nd Lord Burnell.
  • 1421el (135) *Sir Lewis Robessart. Afterwards Lord Robessart or Lord Bourchier. Standard-bearer to Henry V.
  • 1817 (650) Henry, 3rd Earl Bathurst. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1823 (658) Thomas (Thynne), 2nd Marquess of Bath.
  • 1869 (760) George Frederick Samuel (Robinson), 2nd Earl of Ripon and 3rd Earl de Grey of Wrest. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Ripon. Lord President of the Council. Viceroy of India.
  • 1909 (836) John George (Lambton), 3rd Earl of Durham.
  • 1911 (839) Gilbert John (Elliot), 4th Earl of Minto. Governor-General of Canada. Viceroy of India.
  • 1914 (849) William (Lygon), 7th Earl Beauchamp. Lord President of the Council.

    *These three plates have been moved from their proper stall (N.15) since the publication of Hope's Stall-Plates (1901).  They should certainly be replaced at the earliest opportunity in their original positions.

Stall N17 (18)

  • c.1352el (29) Reginald, Lord Cobham of Sterborough. One of the three knights in charge of Edward, Prince of Wales, at Creçy Fought also at Poictiers, and conducted the French king as prisoner to the English camp.
  • c.1361el (39) Sir John Sully. Fought at Creçy
  • 1403el (99) Richard (Beauchamp), 5th Earl of Warwick. Captured the banner of Owen Glendower, and fought at the battle of Shrewsbury. Tutor and Governor of the young King Henry VI.
  • c.1439el (155) William (Nevill), Lord Fauconberge. Afterwards Earl of Kent. Served with distinction in the French wars.
  • c.1462el (196) James, 9th Earl of Douglas. Acted with the Duke of York in rebellion against Henry VI. Joined the Duke of Albany in an invasion of Scotland and was taken prisoner.
  • c.1466el (199) Anthony (Wydville), 2nd Lord Scales. Afterwards 2nd Earl Rivers, Beheaded at Pomfret Castle by Richard III. Brother of Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV.
  • 1483el (221) Francis, 9th Lord Lovell of Tichmarsh. Afterwards Viscount Lovell. Fought at the battle of Bosworth for Richard III. "Lovell, the dogge," See note, s.v. Sir Richard Radcliffe.
  • c.1488el (238) Sir Robert Willoughby. Afterwards 1st Lord Willoughby de Broke. Fought at the battle of Bosworth for Henry VII.
  • 1514 (275) Sir Edward Stanley. Afterwards 1st Lord Monteagle. Commanded the English army at Flodden. Younger son of Thomas, 1st Earl of Derby.
  • 1549 (323) George (Brooke), 9th Lord Cobham. Knighted in the French wars.
  • 1630 (430) William (Cecil), 2nd Marquess of Exeter. cc,
  • 1697 (505) William (Bentinck), 1st Earl of Portland. Favourite courtier of William III.
  • 1702 (511) Wriothesley (Russell), 2nd Duke of Bedford.
  • 1713 (518) Henry (Somerset), 2nd Duke of Beaufort.
  • 1724 (543) Charles, 2nd Viscount Townshend. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1752 (570) Daniel (Finch), 7th Earl of Winchilsea and 2nd Earl of Nottingham.
  • 1757 (574) Hugh (Smithson, afterwards Percy), 2nd Earl of Northumberland. Afterwards 1st Duke of Northumberland. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1801 (617) Henry (Scott), 3rd Duke of Buccleuch. Afterwards also 5th Duke of Queensberry.
  • 1814 (645) Robert Banks (Jenkinson), 2nd Earl of Liverpool. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1830 (669) John (Russell), 6th Duke of Bedford. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1834 (672) Bernard Edward (Howard), 12th Duke of Norfolk. Earl Marshal.
  • 1856 (715) Hugh, 2nd Earl Fortescue. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
  • 1862, (731) John, 1st Earl Russell, 3rd son of John, 6th Duke of Bedford, and better known as Lord John Russell. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1862 (732) Anthony (Ashley-Cooper), 7th Earl of Shaftesbury. A great philanthropist.
  • 1883 (778) Augustus Charles Lennox (Fitzroy), 7th Duke of Grafton. Served in the Crimean War.

Stall N18

  • 1886 (789) Henry (Fitzalan-Howard), 15th Duke of Norfolk. Earl Marshal.
  • 1915 (851) Edward George Villiers (Stanley), 17th Earl of Derby. Secretary of State for War.
  • 1916 (854) George Nathaniel, Earl Curzon of Kedleston. Afterwards Marquess. Viceroy of India. Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
  • 1928 (874) William Henry (Grenfell), 1st Lord Desborough.

Stall N19 (20)

  • 1348 (19) Sir Male Loryng. One of the Founders of the Order. Distinguished at the battle of Blurs. Attended the Black Prince into Gascony. Fought at the battle of Poictiers.
  • c.1403el (107) Richard, 4th Lord Grey of Codnor.
  • c.1418el (131) Hugh (Stafford), 4th Lord Bourchier. Served with Henry V in Normandy.
  • 1420 (134) Sir Walter Hungerford. Afterwards 1st Lord Hungerford. Served in the wars in France.
  • 1450el (169) Richard (Wydville), 1st Lord Rivers. Afterwards 1st Earl Rivers. In command of the forces during the French wars. Lord High Constable. Treasurer of the Exchequer. Beheaded 1469. Father of Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV.
  • c.1483el (225) Sir Thomas Borough (or Burgh). Afterwards 1st Lord Borough of Gainsborough.
  • 1544 (315) Sir Anthony St. Leger. Lord Deputy of Ireland.
  • 1549 (324) Thomas (West), 9th Lord De la Warr. Served in the wars in France.
  • 1549 (355) Walter (Devereux), 1st Earl of Essex and Eu. Said to have been poisoned by Lord Leicester, who married his widow. Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex, a favourite courtier of Queen Elizabeth, was his son.
  • 1616 (413) Sir George Villiers. Afterwards 1st Duke of Buckingham. The favourite courtier of James 1 and Charles 1. Assassinated at Portsmouth 1628.
  • 1633 (433) James (Stuart), 4th Duke of Lennox. Afterwards also 1st Duke of Richmond.
  • 1733 (551) Spencer (Compton), Earl of Wilmington. Speaker of the House of Commons.
  • 1757 (572) William (Cavendish), 4th Duke of Devonshire. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1760 (578) Charles (Watson-Wentworth), 2nd Marquess of Rockingham. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1812 (636) Charles (Lennox), 4th Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
  • 1841 (687) Robert (Grosvenor), 1st Marquess of Westminster.
  • 1848 (703) Henry Charles (Howard), 13th Duke of Norfolk. Earl Marshal.
  • 1855 (712) George (Gordon, afterwards Hamilton-Gordon). 4th Earl of Aberdeen. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1860 (727) Henry Pelham (Pelham-Clinton), 5th Duke of Newcastle.
  • 1891 (795) John James Robert (Manners), 7th Duke of Rutland.
  • 1908 (834) Robert Offley Ashburton (Crewe-Milnes), 1st Earl of Crewe. Secretary of State for the Colonies. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1928 (875) Hugh Cecil (Lowther), 5th Earl of Lonsdale.

Stall N20

  • 1885 (783) John (Wodehouse), 1st Earl of Kimberley. Viceroy of Ireland, Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1892 (799) Spencer Compton (Cavendish), 8th Duke of Devonshire. Secretary of State for War. Chief Secretary for Ireland. Lord President of the Council.

Stall N21 (22)

  • 1424el (141) John, 7th Lord Talbot. Afterwards 1st Earl of Shrewsbury. Marshal of France, Fought in the French wars under Henry V. Taken prisoner by Joan of Arc. Killed in battle at Chastillon, near Bordeaux in 1453.
  • c.1484el (226) Sir Richard Tunstall.
  • 1539 (301) John, Lord Russell. Afterwards 1st Earl of Bedford. There are two stall-plates referring to this Lord Bedford. The other is in Stall 11 on the north side. This one does not seem to have been in the Chapel in Pote's time, and it is not mentioned in B.M. Add. MS. 6298.
  • 1555 (335) Sir Edward Hastings. Afterwards Lord Hastings of Loughborough. Brother of Francis, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon. Founded a hospital at Stoke Poges where he died without issue in 1572.
  • 1750 (565) Wilham Anne (van Keppel), 2nd Earl of Albemarle. Served at the battles of Dettingen, Fontenoy, and Culloden.
  • 1762 (581) John (Stuart), 3rd Earl of Bute. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1885 (784) William (Compton), 4th Marquess of Northampton.
  • 1886 (787) Algernon George (Percy), 6th Duke of Northumberland.
  • 1892 (801) Archibald Philip (Primrose), 5th Earl of Rosebery. Lord President of the Council and Prime Minister.

Stall N22

  • 1880 (772) Francis Charles Hastings (Russell), 9th Duke of Bedford.
  • 1895 (805) Henry Charles Keith (Petty-Fitzmaurice), 5th Marquess of Lansdowne. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Governor-General of Canada.
  • 1916 (856) Charles, Lord Hardinge of Penshurst. Viceroy of India.
  • 1937 (883) George Herbert (Hyde), 6th Earl of Clarendon.

Stall N23 (24)

  • C.1414el (121) Thomas (de Montacute), 4th Earl of Salisbury. Mortally wounded at the siege of Orleans.

  •  The original plate is missing. The present plate was placed here by George, Duke of Montagu, c. 1741. See note under Stall 7, South side.
  • c.1462el (197) Sir Robert Harcourt. Killed fighting for the Lancastrian cause in 1470.
  • 1472el (205) Walter (Devereux), 7th Lord Ferrets of Chartley. Killed at the battle of Bosworth, fighting for Richard III.
  • c.1486el (229) John, Lord Cheyney. Struck down at the battle of Bosworth by Richard III, but not killed.
  • 1499el (253) Sir Richard Pole.
  • 1507 (263) Sir Thomas Brandon.
  • 1518 (277) Sir William Sandys. Afterwards Lord Sandys of the Vyne.
  • 1606 (402) Thomas, 3rd Viscount Howard of Bindon.
  • 1680 (483) James (Cecil), 3rd Earl of Salisbury.
  • 1720 (536) Charles (Spencer), 3rd Earl of Sunderland. First Lord of the Treasury. Lord President of the Council.
  • 1844 (698) Charles Chetwynd, 2nd Earl Talbot. Viceroy of Ireland.
  • 1862 (729) Charles, Earl Canning. Governor-General of India in the time of the Mutiny.
  • 1864 (740) Henry (Petty-Fitzmaurice), 4th Marquess of Lansdowne.
  • 1897 (809) William Henry Walter (Montagu-Douglas-Scott), 6th Duke of Buccleuch, and 8th Duke of Queensberry.

Stall N24

  • 1899 (811) Henry George (Percy), 7th Duke of Northumberland.
  • 1915 (853) Horatio Herbert, Earl Kitchener of Khartoum. Field Marshal. Served in the Soudan, South Africa, and the Great War. Secretary of State for War.
  • 1917 (858) James Edward Hubert (Gascoyne-Cecil), 4th Marquess of Salisbury. President of the Board of Trade. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1919 (861) Charles Stewart Henry (Vane-Tempest-Stewart), 7th Marquess of Londonderry.

Stall N25

  • 1348 (25) Sir Walter Paveley. One of the Founders of the Order.
  • c.1376el (55) Sir Thomas Banastre. Attended the Black Prince into Spain and fought at the battle of Najara. Perished in a wreck in the Irish Sea on an expedition to Brittany.
  • c.1380el (65) Sir Bermond Arnaud de Preissac. Soudan de la Trau.

  • The title Soudan means Sultan or Governor. it was probably introduced into Western Europe by the Crusaders.
  • c.1397el (91) Sir Simon Felbrigg. In the retinue of John of Gaunt at the relief of Brest. Fought at the battle of Agincourt.
  • c.1495el (245) Sir Gilbert Talbot, 3rd son of John 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury. Captain of Calais. Sent by Henry VII on a mission to Rome.
  • 1522 (280) Sir Richard Wingfield. Soldier and diplomatist; in high favour with Henry VIII.
  • 1526 (291) Sir Henry Guildford. A favourite courtier of Henry VIII.
  • 1624 (416) Esmé (Stuart), 3rd Duke of Lennox.
  • 1714 (528) Charles (Montague), 1st Earl of Halifax. Chancellor of the Exchequer. First Lord of the Treasury.
  • 1738 (553) James, 1st Earl Waldegrave.
  • 1839 (684) William Harry (Vane), 1st Duke of Cleveland.
  • 1878 (770) Benjamin (D'Israeli), Earl of Beaconsfield. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1901 (813) Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl Roberts. Field Marshal; saw active service in India, Afghanistan, and South Africa.
  • 1922 (865) Arthur James, Earl Balfour. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister.
  • 1928 (873) James Albert Edward (Hamilton), 3rd Duke of Abercorn.

Stall N26

  • 1902 (817) Charles Richard. John (Spencer-Churchill), 9th Duke of Marlborough.
  • 1913 (847) Charles Robert, 6th Earl Spencer.
  • 1925 (869) Alan Ian (Percy), 8th Duke of Northumberland.
  • 1934 (880) James Richard, 7th Earl Stanhope.

Stall N27

  • 1801 (623) John (Ker), 3rd Duke of Roxburghe.
  • 1829 (666) George, 3rd Earl of Ashburnham.
  • 1853 (709) Charles William (Vane, formerly Stewart), 3rd Marquess of Londonderry. Served as a General in the Peninsular War.
  • 1872 (763) Thomas (Dundas), 2nd Earl of Zetland.
  • 1902 (825) Cromartie (Sutherland Leveson-Gower), 4th Duke of Sutherland.
  • 1906 (832) Charles Robert (Wynn-Carrington), 1st Earl Carrington. Afterwards Marquess of Lincolnshire. Lord Privy Seal.
  • 1911 (844) Alexander William George (Duff), 1st Duke of Fife. Governor-General of Canada. Married the Princess Louise, afterwards Princess Royal, eldest daughter of Edward VII.
  • 1925 (871) Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Commons.
  • 1931 (878) Edward Frederick Lindley (Wood), Lord Irwin. Afterwards 3rd Viscount Halifax. Viceroy of India. Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
  • 1937 (885) William Thomas (Cecil), 5th Marquess of Exeter.

Stalls of the Earlier Knights

These lists show the succession of the knights from 1348 to 1509 in each stall.  The dates are those of election, since rarely are investitures and installation dates known.  When a knight was transferred to a different stall, the original date of election is between square brackets.  Those knights whose plates are still in the stall are marked with a * (113 out of 264).  The stalls are numbered the old way, with Fellowes' numbering between parentheses.

The Sovereign's Stall 1 (S.1)

No plates
  • Edward III (Founder), 1348-1377
  • Richard II, 1377-1399
  • Henry IV, 1399-1413
  • Henry V, 1413-1422
  • Henry VI, 1422-1461
  • Edward IV, 1461-1483
  • Edward V, 1483-1483
  • Richard III, 1483-1485
  • Henry VII, 1485-1509
  • Henry VIII, 1509-1547

Stall 2 (N.1)

  • 1348 (1) Edward, Prince of Wales (Founder). Known since 1569 as the "Black Prince." The hero of the battles of Creçy and Poictiers. He died in his father's lifetime.
  • 1376 (61) Richard (Plantagenet), styled "of Bordeaux." Prince of Wales. Subsequently Richard II, King of England.
  • [1360] (36) John (Plantagenet), styled "of Gaunt. " Afterwards Duke of Lancaster, and King of Castile and Leon. 4th son of Edward III. He was transferred to this stall from Stall 14 (N. 13) in 1377 on the accession of Richard II.
  • 1399 (92) Sir Philip de la Vache. He was transferred from this stall to Stall 5 (S.5) in 1399 on the accession of Henry IV. His stall-plate still remains in Stall 5 (S.5).
  • 1399 (93) Henry (Plantagenet), Prince of Wales. Afterwards Henry V, King of England.
  • 1413 (120) Sir John D'Abrichecourt. His plate was still in this stall until c. 1844, when it disappeared.
  • 1415 (124) William, 4th Lord Zouche of Hatingworth.
  • 1415 (127) Sigismund, Emperor.
  • 1438 (153) Albert, Duke of Austria. Afterwards Emperor (not installed).
  • 1475 (214) *Edward (Plantagenet), Prince of Wales. Afterwards Edward V, King of England.
  • c.1491 (240) Arthur (Tudor) Prince of Wales. Son of Henry VII. Died before his father.
  • 1503 (257) Philip, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards Philip I, King of Castile.
  • [1490] (239) *Maximilian I, Emperor. Transferred to this stall from Stall 3 (S.3) c. 1506. His stall-plate still remains in this stall.
  • [1508] (264) *Charles V, Emperor. Transferred to this stall from Stall 3 (S.3) c. 1518. Its stall-plate still remains in this stall.

Stall 3 (S.3)

  • 1348 (2) Henry (Plantagenet), styled "of Lancaster" (Founder). Earl of Derby. Afterwards Duke of Lancaster. Served in the wars against the Scots, the Dutch, and French. Admiral of the Fleet and Steward of England.
  • 1361 (38) Edward, 5th Lord le Despencer. Present at the battle of Poictiers.
  • 1375 (57) Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford. Served in the wars in France and elsewhere.
  • 1386 (75) Sir Nicholas Samesfield. in the retinue of the Black Prince and witness to his will. The King's Standard-bearer.
  • c.1395 (86) *Sir William Arundel.
  • 1400 (102) John I, King of Portugal. Married Philippa, sister of Henry IV, King of England.
  • 1435 (149) *Edward, King of Portugal. Nephew of Henry IV. His stall-plate was here till, at least, the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Recently it was in Stall 6 (N.5). In 1938 it was moved again to the adjacent screen-panel. There is some doubt, as expressed by Hope, whether this plate may not be that of John I.
  • [1399] (96) Humphrey (Plantagenet), styled "of Lancaster," Duke of Gloucester. 4th son of Henry IV. Transferred in 1438 to this stall from Stall 21 (S.21).
  • 1447 (164) Alphonso V, King of Portugal.
  • 1482 (220) *John II, King of Portugal. Election void. On re-election in 1488 placed in Stall 11 (S.11), but his stall-plate remains in Stall 3 (S.3).
  • 1489 (239) Maximilian I, King of the Romans; afterwards Emperor. Transferred from this stall to Stall 2 (N.1) c. 1506, where his plate remains.
  • 1508 (264) Charles, Archduke of Austria ; afterwards Charles V, Emperor. Transferred from this stall to Stall 2 (N.1) c. 1519 (?), where his plate remains.

Stall 4 (N.3)

  • 1348 (3) Thomas (Beauchamp), 3rd Earl of Warwick (Founder). Marshal of England. Fought at the battles of Creçy and Poictiers.
  • 1369 (48) John (Hastings), 2nd Earl of Pembroke. Captain of the English forces in Gascony. Prisoner at Santander after the battle of Rochelle.
  • 1375 (54) John (de Montfort), Duke of Brittany. Married Mary, 4th daughter of Edward III.
  • [1390] (82) William VI, Count of Holland, Duke of Bavaria. Transferred to this stall in 1399 from Stall 21 (S.21).
  • 1417 (130) Sir John Robessart.
  • 1450 (166) Alphonso V, King of Aragon, Naples, and Sicily.
  • 1459 (180) Jasper (Tudor), Earl of Pembroke and Duke of Bedford. Uncle of Henry VII. Degraded in 1461.
  • 1461 (185) *George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence.
  • 1480 (218) Ferdinand V, King of Castile. (Stall voided through non-installation.)
  • [1459] (180) Jasper (Tudor), Duke of Bedford. Reinstated and installed here c. 1485.
  • 1493 (242) *Alphonso, Duke of Calabria. Afterwards Alphonso II, King of Sicily and Naples.
  • 1495 (248) Edward (Stafford), 3rd Duke of Buckingham.

Stall 5 (S.5)

  • 1348 (4) *Sir John de Grailly (Founder). Captal. de Buch.
  • 1377 (62) Henry (Plantagenet),styled "of Bolingbroke, " Earl of Derby. Afterwards Duke of Lancaster. Subsequently Henry IV, King of England.
  • [c.1399] (92) *Sir Philip de la Vache. Transferred to this stall from Stall 2 (N.i) in 1399. The plate remains in this stall.
  • 1408 (114) *Gilbert, 5th Lord Talbot.
  • 1419 (133) John (Grey) Earl of Tankerville. Distinguished in the French wars. His plate was still in this stall when Hope published his Stall-Plates, but it has since disappeared.
  • 1421 (138) *John (de Mowbray), Earl Marshal. Afterwards 3rd Duke of Norfolk.
  • 1433 (148) Richard (Plantagenet), 3rd Duke of York. Grandson of Edmund of Langley. Protector of England. Killed at the battle of Wakefield.
  • c.1461 (181) Richard (Nevill), 1st Earl of Warwick. Famous in the Wars of the Roses as the "Kingmaker." Killed at the battle of Barnet.
  • c.1468 (201) *Charles, Duke of Burgundy, known as Charles "the Bold." His stall-plate was moved in 1937 to the adjacent screenpanel.
  • [c.1472] (208) *John (de la Pole), 2nd Duke of Suffolk. Transferred to this stall from Stall 14 (N.13).
  • [1463] (192) Ferdinand I, King of Sicily and Naples. Transferred to this stall from Stall 6 (N.5).
  • C.495 (246) *Henry (Tudor), Duke of York. Afterwards Henry VIII, King of England.

Stall 6 (N. 5)

  • 1348 (5) Ralph, 1st Earl of Stafford (Founder). Served in the Scotch and French wars and in important diplomatic missions in European countries.
  • 1372 (52) Sir Alan Buxhull. Served in Brittany. Constable of the Tower of London.
  • 1381 (70) Sir Bryan Stapleton. Served in the French wars.
  • 1394 (85) William (le Scrope), 1st Earl of Wiltshire. Lord Treasurer of England. Beheaded after the surrender of Bristol to Henry IV in 1399.
  • 1402 (105) Ralph (Nevill), 1st Earl of Westmorland.
  • 1426 (143) Sir John Fastolf. Served in the wars in France.
  • c.1463 (192) Ferdinand I, King of Sicily and Naples. Transferred from this stall to Stall 5 (S.5).
  • 1480 (219) Hercules (d'Este), Duke of Modena and Ferrara.
  • 1504 (259) *Guidobaldo (da Montefeltro), 2nd Duke of Urbino.

Stall 7 (S.7)

  • 1348 (6) *William (de Montacute), 2nd Earl of Salisbury (Founder). The plate now in his stall dates only from c.1741.
  • 1397 (89) *John (de Montacute), 3rd Earl of Salisbury. By an error his name is given as William on the plate affixed c. 1741.
  • 1400 (97) Thomas (Fitzalan), 5th Earl of Arundel.
  • 1415 (125) John (Holland), Earl of Huntingdon; afterwards 3rd Duke of Exeter. He married Elizabeth daughter of John of Gaunt and sister of Henry IV.
  • 1447 (165) Sir Francis Surrienne, Sire de Lunée.
  • 1451 (170) John (de Mowbray), 4th Duke of Norfolk.
  • c.1461 (187) *John (Tiptoft), Earl of Worcester.
  • 1472 (203) *John (de Mowbray), 5th Duke of Norfolk.
  • 1476 (216) Thomas (Grey), 1st Marquess of Dorset. Commanded the forces assisting the Emperor Maximilian against the French.
  • 1501 (256) Thomas (Grey), 2nd Marquess of Dorset. one of the eight "Challengers" at the Field of the Cloth of Gold.

Stall 8 (N.)

  • 1348 (7) Roger (Mortimer), 3rd Earl of March (Founder). Attended the King into France while yet under age and served later in expeditions under John of Gaunt.
  • 1360 (34) Sir Thomas Ufford. Served with the Black Prince in Navarre and Spain, and commanded a ship at the battle of Sluys.
  • 1368 (45) Sir Richard Pembrugge. Present at the battle of Creçy and the siege of Calais.
  • 1375 (56) William (Ufford), 2nd Earl of Pembroke. Admiral of the North. Served in the French wars.
  • 1382 (71) Sir Richard Burley. Fought in Gascony under John of Gaunt.
  • 1387 (76) Edward (Plantagenet), 2nd Duke of York; eldest son of Edmund of Langley.
  • 1415 (126) Richard (de Vere), 11th Earl of Oxford. Held a command at the battle of Agincourt.
  • 1417 (129) Sir John Blount.
  • c.1415 (132) *Sir William Phelipp. Afterwards 6th Lord Bardolf.
  • 1441 (159) *Sir John Beauchamp. Afterwards 1st Lord Beauchamp of Powyk.
  • 1475 (215) *Richard (Plantagenet), 5th Duke of York, brother of Edward V.
  • 1487 (232) Sir William Stanley, 2nd son of Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley. Beheaded for alleged share in the Perkin Warbeck conspiracy.
  • 1495 (247) *Henry Algernon (Percy), 5th Earl of Northumberland.

Stall 9 (S.9)

  • 1348 (8) *Sir John de Lisle, afterwards 1 st Lord Lisle de Rougemont (Founder).
  • c.1356 (30) *Sir Richard de la Vache.
  • 1366 (43) Henry (Percy), 1st Earl of Northumberland.
  • 1408 (113) *Edward, 3rd Lord Cherleton of Powys.
  • 1421 (136) *Sir Hertong von Clux.
  • 1446 (163) Sir John de Foix, Captal de Buch.
  • c.1465 (198) *Richard (Plantagenet), Duke of Gloucester. Afterwards Richard III.
  • [1472] (207) John (Howard), 1st Duke of Norfolk. Transferred to this stall from Stall 20 (N.19) in 1483 on the accession of Richard III. Warned in the following distich:

  • "Jockey of Norfolk be not too bold,
    For Dickon thy master is bought and sold" he was killed at Bosworth at Richard's side.
  • 1486 (228) *John (de Vere), 13th Earl of Oxford.

Stall 10 (N.9)

  • 1348 (9) Sir Bartholomew Burghersh (Founder). Served with distinction in the French wars.
  • 1369 (46) John, 3rd Lord Nevill of Raby. Admiral of the King's fleet. Served in the wars against the Scots and French.
  • c.1388 (79) *Sir Peter Courtenay.
  • 1405 (111) John, 5th Lord Lovell of Tichmarsh.
  • c.1408 (115) *Henry, 3rd Lord Fitzhugh.
  • 1425 (142) Thomas, 7th Lord Scales. Distinguished in the French wars, and in the suppression of Jack Cade's rebellion.
  • c.1461 (182) William, 1st Lord Bonville. Knighted while with the army in France. Executed after the second battle of St. Albans.
  • c.1462 (188) *William, 1st Lord Hastings.
  • 1483 (224) *Thomas, 2nd Lord Stanley. Afterwards 1st Earl of Derby.

Stall 11 (S. 11)

  • 1348 (10) Sir John Beauchamp (Founder). Afterwards Lord Beauchamp de Warwick. He carried the Standard Royal at the battle of Creçy Present at the surrender of Calais and the battle of Sluys.
  • 1360 (35) Lionel (Plantagenet), styled "of Antwerp," Duke of Clarence, 3rd son of Edward III.
  • c.1368 (44) *Ralph, 4th Lord Bassett of Drayton.
  • 1390 (81) William, Duke of Gueldres and Juliers.
  • 1402 (104) Edmund, 5th Earl of Stafford. Lord High Constable. Killed at the battle of Shrewsbury.
  • 1403 (106) Edmund (Holland), 4th Earl of Kent. Admiral of the West and North.
  • 1408 (116) Sir Robert Umfraville. Mainly occupied in Scottish affairs. Present at the burning of Peebles.
  • 1438 (152) *Richard (Nevill), 5th Earl of Salisbury.
  • c.1461 (189) *John (Nevill), Lord Montagu. Afterwards Marquess of Montagu.
  • c.1471 (202) William (Fitzalan), 9th Earl of Arundel. Fought as a Yorkist at the second battle of St. Albans.
  • 1488 (220) John II, King of Portugal. Placed here on re-election in 1488. First placed in Stall 3 (S.3).
  • 1496 (250) Edmund (de la Pole), 8th Earl of Suffolk. On accepting the accession of Henry VII he surrendered his claim to the Dukedom of Suffolk. Degraded 1500. Beheaded 1513.
  • 1500 (255) Sir Reginald Bray. A close friend of Henry VII. St. George's Chapel owes much to his generosity and his skill as a designer, though he should not properly be described as its architect. His coat-of-arms, his monogram, and his badge (the hempbray) are to be seen in great profusion in the chapel. He lies buried in the Bray Chapel, in the south transept.
  • 1505 (260) *Richard (Grey), 3rd Earl of Kent.

Stall 12 (N. 11)

  • 1348 (11) John, 2nd Lord Mohun (Founder). The wooden stall-plate that now replaces the original plate dates probably from the eighteenth century.
  • 1376 (58) Thomas (Holland), 2nd Earl of Kent. Marshal of England. Served in the French wars under his stepfather, the Black Prince.
  • 1397 (88) Thomas (Holland), 3rd Earl of Kent. Afterwards Duke of Surrey. Marshal of England. Conspired against Henry IV and was beheaded.
  • c.1400 (98) *Sir Thomas Beaufort, youngest son of John of Gaunt and Katherine Swynford. Afterwards Earl of Dorset and Duke of Exeter.
  • 1427 (144) Peter, Duke of Coimbra, 3rd son of John I, King of Portugal, by Philippa his wife. sister of Henry IV, King of England.
  • 1450 (167) William, Duke of Brunswick. (Not installed.)
  • c.1459 (179) *John (Bourchier), 1st Lord Berners.
  • c.1474 (211) *Henry (Stafford), 2nd Duke of Buckingham.
  • c.1487 (233) *George (Stanley), 9th Lord Strange of Knockyn.
  • 1505 (261) *Lord Henry Stafford. Afterwards 3rd Earl of Wiltshire.

Stall 13 (S.13)

  • 1348 (12) *Sir Hugh Courtenay (Founder).
  • 1349 (28) William (de Bohun), 1st Earl of Northampton. Present at the naval victory of Sluys and also at the battle of Creçy
  • c.1360 (37) *Edmund (Plantagenet) styled "of Langley," 5th son of Edward III. Earl of Cambridge; afterwards Duke of York.
  • c.1400 (95) *John (Plantagenet) styled "of Lancaster," 3rd son of Henry IV. Afterwards Duke of Bedford.
  • c.1436 (151) *John Grey. Afterwards 4th Lord Grey de Ruthyn.
  • c.1439 (156) *John (Beaufort), 3rd Earl of Somerset. Afterwards 1st Duke of Somerset.
  • 1445 (162) Alvaro Vasquez d'Almada, Count d'Avranches.
  • c.1450 (171) *Henry, Viscount Bourchier, Count of Eu. Afterwards 1st Earl of Essex.
  • 1483 (222) Thomas (Howard), 3rd Earl of Surrey. Degraded 1485; restored in 1490, and then re-installed in Stall 15 (S. 15)

Stall 14 (N.13)

  • 1348 (13) Sir Thomas Holland (Founder). Afterwards 1st Earl of Kent. Married the "Fair Maid of Kent", widow of the Black Prince. In chief command of the Van at the battle of Creçy.
  • 1360 (36) John (Plantagenet), styled "of Gaunt," Duke of Lancaster." 4th son of Edward III. Transferred from this stall to Stall 2, (N.i) in 1377 on the accession of Richard II.
  • 1377 (63) Sir John Barley. Served in Brittany under Thomas of Woodstock.
  • 1383 (72) Thomas (de Mowbray), Earl of Nottingham. Afterwards 1st Duke of Norfolk and created Earl Marshal. Present at the naval victory over the Spanish and French in 1387.
  • 1399 (94) Thomas (Plantagenet), styled "of Lancaster." Duke of Clarence. 2nd son of Henry IV.
  • 1421 (139) *William (de la Pole), 3rd Earl of Suffolk. afterwards 1st Duke of Suffolk.
  • 1450 (168) Casimir IV, King of Poland. (Not installed, but placed here in 1467. See Beltz, page 400.)
  • c. 1472 (208) John (de la Pole), 2nd Duke of Suffolk. Transferred from this stall to Stall 5 (S.5), where his plate remains.
  • 1487 (230) *John, 1st Lord Dynham.
  • 1498 (252) *Sir Thomas Lovell.

Stall 15 (S.15)

  • 1348 (14) Sir John Grey (Founder). Distinguished in the French wars.
  • 1359 (32) Sir Walter Manny. In the suite of Philippa of Hainault, coming to England as bride of Edward III. Served as Admiral of the King's fleet at the battle of Sluys.
  • 1372 (51) Sir Guichard d'Angle, afterwards Earl of Huntingdon. Fighting on the French side at Poictiers, he was captured wounded. Brought to England, he supported the English cause.
  • 1380 (66) Thomas (Plantagenet), styled "of Woodstock." Duke of Gloucester. 6th son of Edward III. Murdered at Calais 1397.
  • 1397 (90) Albert (or Robert) Count Palatine, Duke of Bavaria, nephew of Edward III.
  • 1404 (110) Eric IX, King of Denmark. Married Philippa, daughter of Henry IV.
  • c.1463 (195) Francis Sforza, Duke of Milan.
  • c.1466 (199) Anthony (Wydville), Lord Scales. Afterwards 2nd Earl Rivers. Transferred from this stall c. 1480 to Stall 18 (N.17), where his plate remains.
  • c.1483 (227) Sir John Conyers.
  • [1483] (222) Thomas (Howard), 3rd Earl of Surrey. Installed here after being reinstated in 1490, having been degraded in 1485. He was formerly installed in Stall 13 (S.13).

Stall 16 (N.15)

  • 1348 (15) Sir Richard FitzSimon (Founder). One of the three who stood over the Black Prince when struck down at the battle of Creçy
  • c.1348 (27) Robert (Ufford), 1st Earl of Suffolk. Employed in various missions in France, Flanders, Scotland, and Italy. Fought at the battle of Poictiers.
  • 1369 (47) Sir Robert de Namur. Commanded a ship at the battle of Sluys. Married Elizabeth of Hainault, sister of Queen Philippa.
  • c.1392 (83) *John, 2nd Lord Bourchier.
  • 1400 (101) Sir Thomas Rempston. Fought at the battle of Agincourt.
  • 1406 (112) *Hugh, 2nd Lord Burnell.
  • 1421 (135) *Sir Lewis Robessart, afterwards Lord Robessart or Bourchier.
  • 1432 (147) John (Fitzalan), 7th Earl of Arundel. Governor of Rouen and served in the French wars. Created Duke of Touraine in France by the Duke of Bedford, the Regent.
  • 1436 (150) Edmund. (Beaufort), Count Morteign; afterwards 2nd Duke of Somerset. Constable of England. Regent of France. Killed at the first battle of St. Albans.
  • 1457 (176) Frederick III, Emperor. (Not installed.)
  • c.1461 (190) William, Lord Herbert; afterwards 1st Earl of Pembroke. A staunch Yorkist. Captured Harlech Castle. Taken prisoner at Edgcote and beheaded.
  • 1472 (204) John (Stafford), created Earl of Wiltshire. Son of Humphrey, 1st Duke of Buckingham.
  • 1474 (213) *Henry (Percy), 4th Earl of Northumberland.
  • 1488 (235) Sir Edward Wydville, afterwards Lord Wydville.
  • 1488 (236) *John, 1st Viscount Welles.
  • c.1500 (254) *Sir Richard Guildford.
  • 1505 (258) *Gerald (FitzGerald), 8th Earl of Kildare.
  • Note-The plates of John Lord Bourchier, Hugh, Lord Burnell, and Sir Lewis Robessart have been moved to the adjacent Canons' stall(N.16) since St. John Hope's Stall-Plates was published. They ought certainly to be restored to their original historical position.

Stall 17 (S.17)

  • 1348 (16) *Sir Miles Stapleton (Founder).
  • c.1365 (41) *Humphrey (de Bohun). 7th Earl of Hereford.
  • c.1373 (53) *Thomas (Beauchamp), 4th Earl of Warwick.
  • c.1401 (103) *Sir Thomas Erpyngham.
  • 1429 (145) *Humphrey, 6th Earl of Stafford. Afterwards 1st Duke of Buckingham.
  • 1462 (194) *John, 5th Lord Scrope of Bolton.
  • c.1496 (251) *Henry (Bourchier), 2nd Earl of Essex.

Stall 18 (N.17)

  • 1348 (17) Sir Thomas Wale (Founder). Attended Edward III into Flanders in 1339 and served in the expedition to Brittany in 1342.
  • c.1352 (29) *Reginald, 1st Lord Cobham of Sterborough.
  • c.1361 (39) *Sir John Sully.
  • c.1388 (80) Thomas le Despencer, 6th Lord le Despencer; afterwards Earl of Gloucester. Engaged in a plot to surprise Windsor Castle with 500 horse, seize Henry IV, and proclaim King Richard. Captured at Bristol and beheaded.
  • 1403 (99) *Richard (Beauchamp), 5th Earl of Warwick.
  • c.1439 (155) *William (Nevill), Lord Fauconberge. Afterwards Earl of Kent.
  • c.1462 (196) *James, 9th Earl of Douglas.
  • c.1466 (199) *Anthony (Wydville), 2nd Lord Scales. Afterwards 2nd Earl Rivers. Transferred c. 1480 from Stall 15 (S.15) to this stall in which his plate remains.
  • 1483 (221) *Francis, 9th Lord Lovell. Afterwards Viscount Lovell.
  • c.1488 (238) *Sir Robert Willoughby. Afterwards 1st Lord Willoughby de Broke. .

Stall 19 (S. 19)

  • 1348 (18) Sir Hugh Wrottesley (Founder). On service in Flanders in 1338.
  • c.1381 (67) *Sir Thomas Felton.
  • 1381 (68) John (Holland), Earl of Huntingdon; afterwards 1st Duke of Exeter. Half-brother of Richard II.
  • c.1400 (100) *William, 5th Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
  • 1409 (118) Henry, 3rd Lord Scrope of Masham. Conspired with the French in a plot against the King. Beheaded 1415.
  • 1415 (123) Sir William Harington.
  • 1439 (157) Sir Ralph Boteler. Afterwards 6th Lord Sudeley. Distinguished in the wars in France.
  • 1474 (209) Thomas (Arundel), Lord Maltravers. Afterwards 10th Earl of Arundel.

Stall 20 (N.19)

  • 1348 (19) *Sir Nele Loryng (Founder).
  • 1386 (74) Richard (Fitzalan), 4th Earl of Arundel. Admiral of the West and South. Served in the French wars. Sided with the Duke of Gloucester against the King. Beheaded 1397.
  • c.1403 (107) *Richard, 4th Lord Grey of Codnor.
  • c.1418 (131) *Hugh (Stafford) , 4th Lord Bourchier.
  • 1420 (134) *Sir Walter Hungerford. Afterwards 1st Lord Hungerford.
  • 1450 (169) *Richard (Wydville), 1st Earl Rivers.
  • 1472 (207) John (Howard), 1st Duke of Norfolk. Transferred to Stall 9 (S.9) in 1483, on the accession of Richard III.
  • c.1483 (225) *Sir Thomas Borough (or Burgh). Afterwards 1st Lord Borough of Gainsborough.
  • 1496 (249) Sir Charles Somerset. Afterwards 1st Earl of Worcester. His stall-plate was among those already missing c. 1560.

Stall 21 (S.21)

  • 1348 (20) *Sir John Chandos (Founder).
  • 1370 (50) *Guy, Lord Bryan.
  • 1390 (821) William VI, Count of Holland, Duke of Bavaria. Transferred from this stall to Stall 4 (N.3) in 1399.

  • BM. Add. MS. 6298, fo. 99, and see note in connection with Stall N.6 on page 34.
  • 1399 (96) Humphrey (Plantagenet), styled "of Lancaster." Duke of Gloucester. 4th son of Henry IV. Protector of England during the minority of Henry VI. Transferred from this stall to Stall 3 (S.3) in 1438.
  • 1438 (154) *Sir Gaston de Foix, Comte de Longueville et Benanges. Captal de Buch.
  • 1459 (178) John (Sutton), 5th Lord Dudley.
  • 1487 (234) *George (Talbot), 4th Earl of Shrewsbury.

  • Note-The Windsor Tables are in error in inserting Sir William Stanley and Henry, 5th Earl of Northumberland, between Lord Dudley and Lord Shrewsbury, This error is not found in B.M. Add. MS. 6298, fo. 203-9. Lord Dudley lived until 1487; and Beltz and Shaw also give Lord Shrewsbury as his immediate successor.

Stall 22 (N. 21)

  • 1348 (21) Sir James Audley (Founder). Fought at the battle of Sluys, and with great distinction at Poictiers, where he was severely wounded.
  • c.1369 (49) Sir Thomas Grandison. Served in the French wars.
  • 1376 (59) Sir Thomas Percy. Afterwards created Earl of Worcester. Served with Sir John Chandos in France. Joined his nephew Percy (Hotspur) and was taken prisoner at the battle of Shrewsbury and beheaded.
  • 1403 (108) William, 7th Lord Ros of Hamlake.
  • 1414 (122) Thomas, 1st Lord Camoys. Commanded the left wing at the battle of Agincourt.
  • 1421 (137) John, 7th Lord Clifford; killed at the siege of Meaux.
  • 1422 (140) Philip II, Duke of Burgundy. Elected but then declined the honour.
  • 1424 (141) *John, 7th Lord Talbot. Afterwards 1st Earl of Shrewsbury.
  • 1457 (173) John, 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury. Served in France with his father.
  • 1461 (183) Sir Thomas Kiriell.
  • 1461 (184) Sir John Wenlock. Afterwards 1st Lord Wenlock. Killed at the battle of Tewkesbury. fighting as a Lancastrian.
  • 1474 (210) Sir William Parr. Fought as a Yorkist on the side of the Nevills at Banbury.
  • c.1484 (226) *Sir Richard Tunstall.
  • 1493 (243) John, King of Denmark. (Not installed.)
  • 1493 (244) Sir Edward Poynings. Supporter of the Earl of Richmond. Commanded a force sent to aid Maximilian against rebels in the Netherlands. Famous Lord Deputy of Ireland, responsible for the measures known as Poynings' Law.

Stall 23 (S.23)

  • 1348 (22) Sir Otho Holland (Founder). Brother of Thomas Holland, Earl of Kent, also a Founder; whom he accompanied into Brittany, where he was taken prisoner. Later he was Governor of the Channel Islands.
  • c.1359 (33) *Sir Frank van Hale.
  • 1376 (60) Sir William Beauchamp; afterwards 1st Lord Bergavenny. Served with distinction in the French wars. Afterwards Captain of Calais.
  • 1411 (119) Thomas, 4th Lord Morley. Captain-General of all the forces in France.
  • 1416 (128) Robert, 6th Lord Willoughby de Eresby. Fought at Agincourt.
  • 1453 (172) Sir Edward Hull, slain in 1453 before being installed.
  • 1457 (175) Lionel, 6th Lord Welles. Captain of the forces at Calais. Chief Governor of Ireland. Killed at the battle of Towton, fighting as a Lancastrian.
  • c.1461 (186) *Sir William Chamberlaine.
  • c.1467 (200) Inigo (d'Avalos), Conte di Monteoderisio.(Not installed.)
  • 1472 (206) *Walter (Blount), 1st Lord Mountjoy.
  • 1474 (212) *Federigo (da Montefeltro), 1st Duke of Urbino.
  • 1483 (223) Sir Richard Radcliffe. Confidential adviser of Richard III. Associated with Catesby and Lovell, he was satirised in the famous couplet:

  • "The catte, the ratte and Lovell our dogge / Rulyth all Englande under a hogge." The "hogge" refers to Richard III, whose badge was a white boar. Radcliffe was killed at Bosworth.
  • c. 1487 (231) *Giles, 1st Lord Daubeny.
  • c.1505 (262) *Sir Rhys ap Thomas FitzUrian.

Stall 24 (N.23)

  • 1348 (23) Sir Henry Earn (Founder). Entrusted by the Black Prince with a mission to Brabant.
  • 1358 (31) Thomas, Lord Ughtred. Admiral of the Fleet northwards. Served in the wars in Scotland and France.
  • 1365 (42) Sir Ingelram de Couci. Afterwards created Earl of Bedford. Married Isabella, daughter of Edward III.
  • 1377 (64) Sir Lewis Clifford. Served in France. Incurred disfavour as a Lollard.
  • 1404 (109) *Sir John Stanley.
  • c.144 (121) *Thomas (Montacute), 4th Earl of Salisbury. The stallplate now representing him dates only from c. 1741.
  • 1429 (146) *Sir John Radcliffe.
  • 1440 (158) John, 1st Viscount Beaumont. Distinguished both in war and at Court. He was the first to be advanced to the dignity of a Viscount in England.
  • c.1461 (197) *Sir Robert Harcourt.
  • 1472. (205) *Walter (Devereux), 7th Lord Ferrers of Chardey.
  • c.1486 (229) *John, Lord Cheyney.
  • 1499 (253) *Sir Richard Pole.
  • 1507 (263) *Sir Thomas Brandon.

Stall 25 (S.25)

  • 1348 (24) *Sir Sanchet D'Abrichecourt (Founder).
  • c.1359 (26) *Sir William FitzWaryne.
  • c.1361 (40) *William, 4th Lord Latimer.
  • 1381 (69) Sir Simon de Burley. Served in the wars in France. Entrusted by the Black Prince with the tutorship of Richard II. Stow ascribes to him the origin of Wat Tyler's rebellion. Beheaded in 1388.
  • c.1388 (78) *John, 1st Lord Devereux.
  • c.1393 (84) *John, 4th Lord Beaumont.
  • c.1396 (87) *Sir John Beaufort, eldest son of John of Gaunt and Katharine Swynford. Afterwards 1st Earl of Somerset and Marquess of Dorset.
  • 1410 (117) *Sir John Cornwall. Afterwards Lord Fanhope.
  • 1445 (161) Sir Thomas Hoo. Afterwards Lord Hoo and Hastings. Fought with distinction in France. Keeper of the Seals in France and Chancellor of France.
  • 1457 (174) *Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley.
  • 1459 (177) James (Butler), 2nd Earl of Wiltshire and 5th Earl of Ormonde.
  • 1461 (191) *Sir John Astley.
  • 1488 (237) *Sir John Savage.
  • 1494 (241) *Edward (Courtenay), 1st Earl of Devon.
  • Note-The stall-plates of Sir Henry Marny (1510) Sir William Kingston (1539), and Sir John Wallop (1544) who follow next in succession, also survive in this stall, thus showing a wonderfully complete representation since the Foundation.

Stall 26 (N.25)

  • 1348 (25) *Sir Walter Paveley (Founder).
  • c.1376 (55) *Sir Thomas Banastre.
  • c.1380 (65) *Sir Bermond Arnaud de Preissac. Soudan (Sultan or Governor) de la Trau.
  • 1384 (73) Robert (Vere), 9th Earl of Oxford and Duke of Ireland. Once the favourite of Richard II, he died in exile and poverty at Louvain. He was attainted in 1387.
  • 1388 (77) Sir Henry Percy, called Hotspur; eldest son of Henry, 1st Earl of Northumberland. Present at the capture of Berwick-on-Tweed in 1378. Served later in further wars against the Scots and taken prisoner at the battle of Otterburn. Employed for a time in the war in France. Engaged in the suppression of the Welsh under Owen Glendower. Killed at the battle of Shrewsbury.
  • c.1397 (91) *Sir Simon Felbrigge.
  • 1442 (160) Henry, Duke of Viseu, 4th son of John I, King of Portugal, and nephew of Henry IV.
  • c.1463 (193) Galeard (de Durefort), seigneur de Duras.
  • 1476 (217) Sir Thomas Montgomery.
  • c.1495 (245) *Sir Gilbert Talbot, 3rd son of John 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury.

Later Knights without Stall-Plates

Reign of Henry VIII

  • 1509 (265) Thomas, 1st Lord Darcy. Warden of the Scots Marshes. Joined in the Pilgrimage of Grace. Convicted of high treason and beheaded.
  • 1509 (266) Edward (Sutton), 6th Lord Dudley.
  • 1510el (267) Emanuel, King of Portugal. (Not installed.)
  • 1510 (270) Thomas (West), 8th Lord de la Warr. Favoured Henry VIII's divorce and had large grants of monastic lands.
  • 1513el (272) Sir Edward Howard. (Died before installation.)
  • 1514el (274) Julian de Medici, Duc de Nemours, brother of Pope Leo X. (Not installed.)
  • 1521 (278) Henry (Courtenay), created Marquess of Exeter. Assisted in the suppression of the Pilgrimage of Grace. Later he was accused of conspiracy, found guilty and beheaded.
  • 1525 (287) Sir Henry Fitzroy. Afterwards Duke of Richmond and Somerset. Son of Henry VIII and Elizabeth Blount.
  • 1527 (292) Francis I, King of France.
  • 1532 (296) Philip (de Chabot), Comte de Neublanche.
  • 1536 (298) Sir Nicholas Carew. A favourite courtier of Henry VIII. Entrusted with various diplomatic missions. Attainted and beheaded.
  • 1537 (300) Thomas, Lord Cromwell. Afterwards Earl of Essex. Began life as a cloth-dresser. Rose under Wolsey's influence. Notorious in connection with the suppression of the monasteries. Lost favour with Henry VIII after introducing Anne of Cleves. Condemned as a traitor and beheaded.
  • 1541 (306) Edward (Seymour), Earl of Hertford. Afterwards Duke of Somerset. Brother of Queen Jane Seymour and Uncle of Edward VI, and Protector of England during his minority. Took part in many military operations in Scotland and France. Found guilty of conspiracy and beheaded. His stall-plate is now in the British Museum.
  • 1541 (307) Henry (Howard), Earl of Surrey. Son and heir of Thomas, 3rd Duke of Norfolk. Field-Marshal of the army in France, but more famous as a poet. Executed for high treason, aged 30.
  • 1543 (310) John (Dudley), 7th Viscount Lisle. Afterwards Earl of Warwick and Duke of Northumberland. Beheaded 1553.

Reign of Edward VI

  • 1547 (318) Henry (Grey), 3rd Marquess of Dorset. Afterwards Duke of Suffolk. Father of Lady Jane Grey; and having proclaimed her Queen after the death of Edward VI, was attainted.
  • 1547 (320) Thomas, Lord Seymour of Sudeley. Brother of Somerset, the Protector against whom he conspired. Executed at the Tower.
  • 1551 (328) Thomas, 1st Lord Darcy of Chiche. Supporter of Lady Jane Grey.
  • 1552 (330) Sir Andrew Dudley.

Reign of Philip and Mary I

  • 1554 (331) Philip, Prince of Spain. Afterwards Philip II, King of Spain. Married Mary I, Queen of England. Duly elected a Knight of the Garter, but installed as joint Sovereign and had no stall-plate.
  • 1557 (339) Sir Robert Rochester. Loyal adherent of Mary I. (Died before installation.)

Reign of Elizabeth I

  • 1559 (340) Thomas (Howard), 3rd [sic: should read 5th] Duke of Norfolk. Aspired unsuccessfully to marriage with Mary, Queen of Scots. Condemned for high treason and beheaded.
  • 1563 (346) Thomas (Percy), 1st Earl of Northumberland. Shared in the rebellion of the four northern Earls in 1568. Driven into Scotland he was betrayed by the Regent, the Earl of Mar, and beheaded.
  • 1568 (351) Maximilian II, Emperor.
  • 1572 (354) Francis, Duke of Montmorency.
  • 1575 (361) Henry III, King of France.
  • 1578 (363) Rudolph II, Emperor.
  • 1584 (367) William (Brooke), 7th Lord Cobham.
  • 1588 (369) Robert (Devereux), 2nd Earl of Essex. A favourite courtier of Queen Elizabeth. Fought at the battle of Zutphen when Sir Philip Sidney was killed. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and Earl Marshal of England. Condemned and beheaded for high treason. The story of the Queen's ring is apocryphal.
  • 1590 (374) Henry IV, King of France.
  • 1590 (375) James VI, King of Scotland. Afterwards James I, King of England.
  • 1597 (383) Frederick, Duke of Württemberg.
  • 1599 (389) Henry (Brooke), 8th Lord Cobliam. Joined in the plot in support of Lady Arabella Stuart's claim to the throne, known as "the Treason of Maine." Condemned to death, his achievements as K.G. were taken down and kicked out of the west doors of St. George's Chapel, 16 Feb. 1604.
  • 1601 (392) Thomas (Cecil), 2nd Lord Burghley. Afterwards 1st Earl of Exeter. Lord President of the Council of the North. Present at the storming of Edinburgh in 1573. Suppressed the rebellion of the Earl of Essex.

Reign of James I

  • 1611 (405) Charles (Stuart), Duke of York. Afterwards Prince of Wales and subsequently Charles I, King of England.
  • 1613 (409) Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange.
  • 160 (412) Francis, (Manners), 6th Earl of Rutland. Concerned in the rebellion of the Earl of Essex, but escaped with a heavy fine. As Admiral of the Fleet, he conducted Charles, Prince of Wales, from Spain in 1623.

Reign of Charles I

  • 1633 (434) Henry (Danvers), Earl of Danby.
  • 1633 (435) William (Douglas), 8th Earl of Morton. Loyal supporter of Charles I in the Civil War.
  • 1640 (438) Thomas (Wentworth), 1st Earl of Strafford. Opposed the King's forced loan. Later supported him. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Impeached for high treason and beheaded.
  • 1645 (441) William of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Married Mary, daughter of Charles I, King of England, by whom he had William III, joint sovereign of England.
  • 1645 (442) Sir Bernard de Foix, Captal de Buch,

Reign of Charles II

  • 1649el (443) Maurice, Count Palatine of the Rhine. (Not installed.)
  • 1650el (447) William (Seymour), 1st Marquess of Hertford. Afterwards 2nd Duke of Somerset, the attainder of his ancestor Edward, 1st Duke, being reversed in 1660. Conspicuous for his bravery in the defence of Sherborne Castle and at the battle of Lansdowne. One of the four who offered their lives to the Commons in lieu of King Charles I. (Not installed.)
  • 1650el (449) William, 2nd Duke of Hamilton. In command of the royal forces in Scotland. Mortally wounded at the battle of Worcester. (Not installed.)
  • 1650el (451) James (Graham), 1st Marquess of Montrose. Fought in Scotland as a royalist. (Not installed.)
  • 1650el (452) James (Stanley). 7th Earl of Derby. Powerful supporter of the royalist cause, and known as "the Loyal Earl." His wife, Charlotte de la Trémouille, is famous for her heroic defence of Lathom House. The Earl was taken prisoner at the battle of Worcester and beheaded. (Not installed.)
  • 1653el (454) Henry (Stuart), Duke of Gloucester. Brother of Charles II. (Not installed.)
  • 1661 (455) Henry Charles (de la Trémouille) Prince of Tarento.
  • 1661 (456) William Henry of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Afterwards William III, King of England. '
  • 1661 (457) Frederick William, Margrave of Brandenburg, Duke of Prussia.
  • 1661 (458) John Gaspar Ferdinand de Marchin, Comte de Graville.
  • 1663 (466) Christian V, King of Denmark.
  • 1663 (467) James (Scott), Duke of Monmouth and Duke of Buccleuch. Son of Charles II and Lucy Walters. Served in the French Army. Rebelled against James II, and assumed the title of King. Defeated at Sedgemoor and beheaded.
  • 1666el (468) James (Stuart), Duke of Cambridge, 2nd son of James II. Died aged 3. (Not installed.)
  • 1682 (486) William, 3rd Duke of Hamilton.

Reign of James II

  • 1688el (495) James (FitzJames), Duke of Berwick. Son of James II and Arabella Churchill. Served with distinction in the French army. (Not installed.)
  • 1689 (496) James (Butler), 2nd Duke of Ormonde. Viceroy of Ireland. Had a varied military career.

Reign of George II

  • 1746el (560) John Adolphus, Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels. (Not installed.)

Reign of George III

  • 1764el (583) George (Montague-Dunk), Earl of Halifax. Viceroy of Ireland. Lord Privy Seal. (Not installed.)
  • 1772el (592) Sir Frederick North. Afterwards 4th Earl of Guilford. First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister. (Not installed.)
  • 1778el (593) Henry (Howard), 12th Earl of Suffolk, 5th Earl of Berkshire. Lord Privy Seal. (Not installed.)
  • 1778el (594) William Henry (Nassau de Zulenstein), 4th Earl of Rochford. (Not installed.)
  • 1778el (595) Thomas (Thynne), 3rd Viscount Weymouth. Afterwards 1st Marquess of Bath. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. (Not installed.)
  • 1782el (600) Charles (Manners), 4th Duke of Rutland. Viceroy of Ireland. (Not installed.)
  • 1788el (609) John Frederick (Sackville), 3rd Duke of Dorset. Ambassador to Paris. (Not installed.)
  • 1790el (612) Francis Godolphin (Osborne), 5th Duke of Leeds. Ambassador to Paris. (Not installed.)
  • 1797el (620) Richard 1st Earl Howe. Admiral. Defeated the French fleet in the English Channel. (Not installed.)

Ladies of the Garter

  • 1358 PHILIPPA, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of William, Count of Holland and Hainault. Married Edward III, King of England.
  • 1376 Isabella, Countess of Bedford. Daughter of Edward III. Married Ingelram (de Couci) Earl of Bedford, K.G., afterwards Duke of Bedford.
  • 1378 Joan, Princess of Wales (the Fair Maid of Kent). Daughter and sole heiress of Edmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent, K.G. Married 1st Thomas (Holland), Earl of Kent, K.G.; 2ndly Edward (the Black Prince), who died 1376. Mother of Richard II. Her marriage to William 2nd Earl of Salisbury, K.G., was declared by Pope Clement VI null and void.
  • 1378 Constance, Duchess of Lancaster. Daughter and heiress of Peter, King of Castile and Leon. Married, as his second wife, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K.G.
  • 1378 Mary, Duchess of Brittany. Daughter of Edward III. Married John de Montfort, Duke of Brittany, K.G.
  • 1378 Maud, Lady Courtenay. Daughter of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Kent, K.G. Married 1st Hugh, Lord Courtenay, K.G.; 2ndly Waleran, Count of St. Paul.
  • 1378 Philippa, Queen Consort of Portugal. Daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K.G. Married John I, King of Portugal, K.G.
  • 1378 Elizabeth, Duchess of Exeter. Daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K.G. Married 1st John (Holland), Duke of Exeter, K.G.; 2ndly John (Cornwall), Lord Fanhope, K.G.
  • 1378 Philippa, Countess of Oxford. Daughter and heiress of Ingelram (de Couci), Earl of Bedford, K.G., afterwards Duke of Bedford. Married Robert (de Vere), 9th Earl of Oxford, afterwards Duke of Ireland, K.G.
  • 1378 Isabel Countess of Cambridge. Daughter of Peter King of Castile and Leon. Married Edmund of Langley, Earl of Cambridge, K.G., afterwards Duke of York.
  • 1384 ANNE (OF BOHEMIA), QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of the Emperor Charles IV. Married, as his first wife, Richard II, King of England.
  • 1384 Eleanor, Countess of Buckingham. Daughter of Humphrey (de Bohun). Earl of Hereford, K.G. Married Thomas of Woodstock, Earl of Buckingham, K.G., afterwards Duke of Gloucester.
  • 1384 Anne, Countess of Pembroke. Daughter of Sir Walter Manny, K.G. Married, as his second wife, John (Hastings), 2nd Earl of Pembroke, K.G.
  • 1384 Elizabeth, Countess of Salisbury. Daughter of John Lord Mohun, K.G. Married William (de Montacute) 12nd Earl of Salisbury, K.G.
  • 1384 Catherine, of Lancaster. Daughter of John of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster, K.G. She later married Henry, Prince of Asturias, who succeeded as Henry III, King of Castile and Leon.
  • 1384 Joan, Lady Mohun. Daughter of Sir Bartholomew Burghersh. Married John, Lord Mohun K.G.
  • 1386 Maud, Countess of Oxford. Daughter of Sir Ralph Ufford. Married Thomas (de Vere), 8th Earl of Oxford, who died 1371.
  • 1386 Elizabeth, Countess of Nottingham. Daughter of Richard, 4th Earl of Arundel, K.G. Married, as his second wife, Thomas (Mowbray), Earl of Nottingham, K.G., Earl Marshal.
  • 1386 Constance, Lady le Despencer. Daughter of Edmund. of Langley, Duke of York, K.G. Married Thomas, Lord le Despencer, afterwards Earl of Gloucester, K.G.
  • 1386 Elizabeth, Lady de Vere. Daughter of Hugh, Earl of Devon. Married 1st Sir Andrew Luttrell; 2ndly *Sir John de Vere.
  • 1386 Blanch, Lady Poynings. Daughter of - de Mowbray. Married 1st Thomas, 3rd Lord Poynings, who died 1375; 2ndly *Sir John Worth.
  • 1387 The Lady Gomeneys. Married John de Geaux, Sire de Gomeneys.
    Probably "de Comines" of the family of Philippe de Commynes, the historian, and of Jehan de Comines, one of the founding knights of the Golden Fleece.
  • 1387 Katharine, Lady Swynford. Daughter of Sir Payne Roet. Married 1st Sir Hugh Swynford; 2ndly, as his third wife, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K.G.
  • 1388 Alice, Countess of Kent. Daughter of Richard, 4th Earl of Arundel, K.G. Married Thomas (Holland), 2nd Earl of Kent, K.G.
  • 1388 Mary, Countess of Derby. Afterwards QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Humphrey (de Bohun), Earl of Northampton, K.G. Married Henry (Plantagenet), Earl of Derby, K.G., afterwards Henry IV, King of England.
  • 1390 Lady (Elizabeth) Trivet. Daughter of Sir Philip Timbury. Married 1st Thomas Swinbourne; 2ndly Sir Thomas Trivet, who died 1388.
  • 1390 Lady Joan Beauchamp. Daughter of Richard, 4th Earl of Arundel, K.G. Married Sir William Beauchamp.
  • 1390 Joan, Lady Fitzwalter. Daughter of John, Lord Devereux, K.G. Married 1st Sir Walter Fitzwalter, afterwards Lord Fitzwalter; 2ndly as his third wife, Hugh, 2nd Lord Burnell, K.G.
  • 1397 Label QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles VI, King of France. Married, as his second wife, Richard II, King of England.
  • 1399 Catherine, Duchess of Gueldres. Daughter of Albert, Count of Holland, K.G. Married William, Duke of Gueldres and Juliers, K.G.
  • 1399 Joan, Duchess of York. Daughter of Thomas (Holland), 2nd Earl of Kent, K.G. Married 1st Edmund of Langley, Duke of York, K.G.; 2ndly William, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, K.G.; 3rdly Henry, Lord Scrope of Masham; 4thly Henry (Bromflete), Lord Vesey.
  • 1399 Margaret, Marchioness of Dorset. Daughter of Thomas (Holland), 2nd Earl of Kent, K.G. Married 1st John (Beaufort), Marquess of Dorset, K.G.; 2ndly Thomas (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G.
  • 1399 Joan, Countess of Westmorland. Daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, K.G. Married 1st Sir Robert Ferrers; 2ndly Ralph (Nevill), 1st Earl of Westmorland, K.G.
  • 1399 Blanch Bradeston. Probably daughter of Sir Thomas Bradeston.
  • 1399 Lady (Agnes) Arundel. Married Sir William Arundel, K.G.
  • 1399 Margaret, Lady Roe of Hamlake. Daughter of John (Fitzalan), Lord Maltravers. Married William, 7th Lord Roe of Hamlake, K.G.
  • 1399 Lady (Margaret) de Courcy. Married Sir William de Courcy.
  • 1408 Joan, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles II, King of Navarre. Married 1st John IV, Duke of Brittany, K.G.; 2ndly Henry IV, King of England.
  • 1408 Philippa, Queen Consort of Denmark. Daughter of Henry IV, King of England. Married Eric IX, King of Denmark, K.G.
  • 1408 Margaret, Duchess of Holland. Daughter of Philip (the Bold), Duke of Burgundy, K.G. Married William of Bavaria, Duke of Holland and Count of Ostrevant, K.G.
  • 1408 Blanch, Duchess of Bavaria. Daughter of Henry IV, King of England. Married Lewis, Duke of Bavaria.
  • 1408 Philippa, Duchess of York. Daughter of John 2nd Lord Mohun, K.G. Married 1st as his second wife, Walter, 4th Lord Fitzwalter; 2ndly *Sir John Golafre; 3rdly Edward (Plantagenet), 2nd Duke of York, K.G.
  • 1408 Maud, Countess of Salisbury. Daughter of Sir Adam Francis. Married 1st Sir Alan Buxhull, K.G.; 2ndly John (Montacute), 3rd Earl of Salisbury, K.G.
  • 1408 Lady (Margaret) Waterton. Daughter of Thomas Clarell. Married Sir Robert Waterton.
  • 1408 Lady (Margaret) Beaufort. Daughter of Sir Thomas Nevill. Married Sir Thomas Beaufort, K.G., afterwards Earl of Dorset and Duke of Exeter.
  • 1408 Agnes or Anne, wife of William de Gomeneys, son of le sire de Gomeneys.
  • 1413 Beatrix, Countess of Arundel. Daughter of John I, King of Portugal and Donna Agnes Perez. Married 1st Thomas (Fitzalan), 5th Earl of Arundel, K.G.; 2ndly Gilbert, Lord Talbot, K.G.; 3rdly Thomas Fettiplace; 4thly John (Holland), Earl of Huntingdon, K.G.
  • 1415 KATHERINE, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles VI, King of France. Married Henry V, King of England.
  • 1432 Label Countess of Warwick. Daughter of Thomas (le Despencer), Earl of Gloucester, K.G. Married 1st Richard (Beauchamp), Earl of Worcester; 2ndly Richard (Beauchamp), 5th Earl of Warwick, K.G.
  • 1432 Alice, Countess of Suffolk. Daughter of Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme. Married 1st Thomas (Montacute), 4th Earl of Salisbury, K.G.; 2ndly William (de la Pole), 3rd Earl of Suffolk, K.G., afterwards 1st Duke of Suffolk. On her tomb in Ewelme church she is represented with a garter on her left arm.
  • 1436 Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester. Daughter of Reginald, Lord Cobham of Sterborough, K.G. Married, as his second wife, Humphrey (Plantagenet), Duke of Gloucester, K.G. Regent of England.
  • 1436 Jacqueline, Duchess of Bedford. Daughter of Peter, Count of St. Paul. Married 1st John (Plantagenet), Duke of Bedford, K. G.; 2ndly Sir Richard Wydville, K.G., afterwards 1st Earl Rivers.
  • 1448 MARGARET, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Regnier, Duke of Anjou, titular King of Sicily, Naples, and Jerusalem. Married Henry VI, King of England.
  • 1448 Lady (Anne) Moleyns. Daughter of Sir John Whalesburgh. Married Sir William Moleyns, afterwards Lord Moleyns.
  • 1448 Emmeline, Lady Saye and Sele. Of the family of Sir William Cromer, Lord Mayor of London, 1413. Married James, 1st Lord Saye and Sele.
  • 1448 Margaret, Lady Beauchamp. Sister of Richard Ferrars. Married John, 1st Lord Beauchamp of Powyk, K.G.
  • 1448 Alice Norreys.
  • c.1468 Lady (Margaret) Harcourt. Daughter of Sir John Byron. Married Sir Robert Harcourt, K.G. On her tomb in Stanton Harcourt church she is represented with a garter on her left arm.
  • 1477 ELIZABETH, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Sir Richard Wydville, K.G., afterwards 1st Earl Rivers. Married 1st Sir John Grey of Groby; 2ndly Edward IV, King of England.
  • 1477 ELIZABETH, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND, afterwards QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Edward IV. Married Henry VII, King of England.
  • 1477 Elizabeth, Duchess of Suffolk. Daughter of Richard (Plantagenet), 3rd Duke of York, K. G. Married John (de la Pole), 2nd Duke of Suffolk, K.G.
  • 1480 Cicely, Lady Welles. Daughter of Edward IV. Married 1st John, Lord Welles, K.G., afterwards Viscount Welles; 2ndly Thomas Kymbe.
  • 1480 Mary, Princess of England. Daughter of Edward IV. Unmarried.
  • 1488 Margaret, Countess of Richmond. Daughter of John (Beaufort), Duke of Somerset, K.G. Married Edmund (Tudor), Earl of Richmond, and was mother of Henry VII.
  • 1901 ALEXANDRA, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Christian IX, King of Denmark, K.G. Married Edward VII, King of England.
  • 1910 MARY QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Francis, Duke of Teck. Married George V, King of England.
  • 1937 ELIZABETH, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Claude (Bowes-Lyon), 14th Earl of Strathmore, K.G. Married George VI, King of England.

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