Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.
2nd Earl of Pembroke was buried here in 1601.
Lady Mary Sidney was buried here in 1621.
3rd Earl was buried here in 1630.
4th Earl was buried here in 1650.
5th Earl was buried here in 1669.
Catherine Villiers was buried here in 1678.
Margaret Sawyer was buried here in 1706.
8th Earl was buried here in 1733.
Partial plan of Salisbury Cathedral, showing the choir.
S is to the right.
See full plan. From here.
Memorial to the Earls of Pembroke.
Beside S door of the choir, Salisbury Cathedral.
This is clearly an old memorial, erected soon after the death of the 4th Earl in 1650.
Re-set by 16th Earl in 1963. He added Lady Mary Sidney's epitaph.
Photo 2012. From here.
Published 1798. From here.
See more images of the cathedral.
Epitaph to Lady Mary Sidney (in print, not on grave).
Ascribed to the poet and dramatist Ben Jonson (died 1637).
But apparently was written by the poet William Browne (died c.1645).
See [Jewitt and Hall, 1881].
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