A brass memorial to Thomas Halakynden. He wears armour but his sons are dressed as civilians. 1558. Woodchurch church, Kent
A brass memorial to the first wife of Thomas Halakynden. She wears a long sleeved overgown and a gabled headdress. Her three daughters do not show up well. 1558. Woodchurch church, Kent
A brass memorial to the second wife of Thomas Halakynden. She also wears a long sleeved overgown but with a smaller form of gabled headdress. There is a jewel at her waist. 1558. Woodchurch church, Kent
A man wearing a long robe with fur trim or lining and round toed shoes. 1525. Church at East Peckham, Kent.
A woman wearing a gabled headdress and a tight sleeved gown with an eleborate belt. 1525. Church at East Peckham, Kent.
William Lovelace died 1591. He wears a long fur trimmed or lined gown with false sleeves behind his shoulders with a striped pattern. His wide sleeved doublet sleeved show. He also wears a ruff. Bethersden church, Kent
Dame Elizabeth Powninges died 1528. She waers a gabled headdress with lappets and a loose belted gown with a square neck. The belt is quite elaborate with a chain and tassel. Brabourne church, Kent
A woman c1600 in a high collared overgown with puffed sleeves above what look like fashionably slashed sleeves. She wears a belt and a small cap. There maybe a ruff but it is hard to see. Brabourne church, Kent
A man probably of the Scott family c 1600 wearing a long fur trimmed or lined gown with long empty sleeves. His arms use only the upper parts. Benath he wears a shirt and belted doublet with a purse. Brabourne church, Kent
A woman, possibly of the Scott family c1600. She wears a high collared overgown with puff sleeves and a lace collar. The open skirt seems to have small laces attached. Her cap is wide and flat. Brabourne church, Kent
A bearded man, perhaps a second husband c1600. He wears a long fur trimmed or lined robe with long false sleeves. He only uses the upper parts and displays the lace cuffs of his doublet. He either wears a close fitting cap or has short hair. Brabourne church, Kent
A man c 1510 with shoulder length hair and a long sleeved fur trimmed or lined gown. He wears a belt with a large purse and possibly rosary beads. Staple church, Kent.
A man in very fine plate armour c 1520. It is possibly exaggerated. Goudhurst church, Kent.
Thomas Selwyn died 1539. He wears his hair shoulder length and a long fur trimmed or lined sleeveless gown. The bag sleeves of his doublet are visible. Friston church, Sussex.
The wife of Thomas Selwyn. She wears a long belted gown with tight sleeves and fur cuffs. The belt is looped over and has a decorative end piece. Her gabled headdress seems to be raised at the back. Friston church, Sussex.
Thomas Robartes and one wife c1517. He wears a long sleeved gown probably fur trimmed or lined and a belt with a large purse. His wives are all shown identically with long tight sleeved gowns with cuffs and gabled headdresses. Brenechley church, Kent.
Richard Idon a pre-reformation priest holding a chalice and wafer. He wears a cope which would probably have been richly embroidered over a chausable with a stole which was probably also embroidered with religious motifs. He died in 1523. Clayton church, Sussex
A 16th century English wall-hanging with a rose pattern. V and A Museum, London
A leather doublet found in excavations. Museum of London.
A reconstructed gabled headdress made for trying on! Museum of London
A pair of shoes with square toes and embroidered tongues. Museum of London