Henry Machyn in Stepney, Bethnal Green, Mile End Green, London - 21 August, 1552
The twenty-first day of August was the monument of Sir Anthony Wingfield, knight and comptroller of the King's house, buried at Stepney with a great company of mourners, with priests and clerks singing and a herald is his m … and so carried from Bethnal Green over Mile End Green, with his standard and a great banner of arms and his helmet and his target of the Garter and his sword, crest, a bull of gold and sable.
Henry Machyn, and Colette Moore, Marilyn Miller and Richard W. Bailey (ed.), A London Provisioner's Chronicle, 1550-1563. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1507123848568 accessed: 20 February, 2024
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|Procession of mourning
|performed by Priests and clerks
|21 August, 1552
|in the company of others, in public