The Historical Collections of a Citizen of London in the Fifteenth Century. Originally published by Camden Society, London, 1876.
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Stowe also says in his account of Whitefriars: "There lay buried also, in the middle of the new Choir, Sir John Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham, 1398." But according to all our Peerage Historians Thomas Lord Mowbray, who was created Earl of Nottingham in 1383, did not die in 1398, but was created Duke of Norfolk in 1397.
Line 8.—"And the same yere, the xxx day of October, the Erle of Saulysbury was hurte." The chronicle in Vitell. A. xvi., which is here derived from the same source as Gregory's, gives "the xxxj daye of Octobre" as the date. As the second of November is given as the date of his death, this is in harmony with the statement in Grafton, that he died two days after his wound. But Monstrelet, who is followed by Hall, states that he languished eight days; and the inquisitions post mortem, as cited by Dugdale, find that he died on the third of November. This date, it may be added, is given in no fewer than twenty-three different documents.
"And on the xijth even after the bonys of the Erle of Salisbury were brought to London, and had his masse atte Powles; and than caried unto the priory of Birsham, and there y-buried with his auncestours the which were fownders therof."