John Mordaunt, 1st Baron Turvey(1483-1561) and Elizabeth’s Tomb
Between Lady Chapel, South Aisle & Chancel
John Mordaunt, 2st Baron Turvey(1508-1571) and Eleanor & Joan’s Tomb
In North Aisle, Near Organ
Lewis Mordaunt, 3rd Baron Turvey(1538-1601) Tomb
West end of North Aisle, by the Bell Tower
In these close ups of Edith's effigy you can clearly see traces of the paint that once would have made these figures look very beautiful. The top of her headdress features beautifully carved roses and trellis work.
Here are photos of the tomb of John Mordaunt (2nd Lord) and his wives Eleanor and Joan. The tomb is alabaster and was once painted in bright jewel-like colours. Unusually for such an old monument (c.1571) quite a bit of this paintwork is still visible. The attention to detail is remarkable, every fold of the lace ruffs and heavy fabrics is perfect - as can be seen in this close up of the headdress of one of his wives.
Here are the arms of Lewis, the 3rd Lord. These are on the wall behind his black marble tomb.
The carved figure, serving as a column, is called a caryatid.