Excellent brass with cadaver beneath.
The arms being, left to right, Willoughy (Bugge), Willoughby (Bugge) impaled with Leeke (Wife Anna Leeke, Willoughby (Bugge) impaled with Foljambe (Mother Isabel Foljambe), Willoughby (Bugge) impaled with Annesley (Paternal Grandmother Isabel Annesley).
A fine chest tomb monument in sandstone (rather than alabaster), somewhat damaged, with his four wives, two each side.
Early Lancastrian SS collar which is somehwat unusual given the 1528 date of his death.
Unusually a cadaver beneath.
What appears to be a sphinx as the helm crest.
Henry Willoughby's Arms including Willoughby top left hand corner (water bougets from Willoughy family original name Bugge)
Sculpted by John Bacon of London