They, William and Margaret, half second cousins once removed.
William and Margaret had twelve children, three sons, nine daughters.
A alabaster chest tomb with a fine array of weepers, possibly their children although too many, women one side, nine men the other, one of which appears with angels wings, possible children and spouses.
He wearing a variation of the Lancastrian Esses collar being SOSOS. Clean shaved, no bascinet, his head resting on a helm with bulls head creat. His armour plate over which there appears to be, unusually for the period, a tabard. The left hand side of his face appears disfigured. Possibly a war wound.
She wearing the widow’s barbe.
Note. Gardner describes this monument as being to Sir John Nevill of Womersley, died 1482.