- 32 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 2, 1452
- Place of birth:
Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
- Date of passing: Aug 22, 1485
- Place of passing:
Bosworth, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
|Let the memory of Richard be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Richard Plantagenet, 32, born on October 2, 1452 and passed away on August 22, 1485. We will remember him forever.
"Belated birthday greetings to Richard, our King. I was at Middleham on the day and saw the presentation of your new standard to the castle. Happy birthday Dickon! LML"
"Goodnight, sweet prince. Lost long, forever found. 'Time trieth Truth'"
"Rest in Peace my 12th great Uncle."
"The last good and true king. I am a plantagenet at heart and Wear the white boar and white rose with pride"
"Dickon,a loving son, husband and father, a loyal brother and a King beyond measure Loyaulte Me Lie"
"The most famous prince of blessed memory."
"Our great King Richard would have been a wonderful king if only he'd had the time to prove it. Instead, he was cut down before his time at the Battle of Bosworth Field. People now don't realise what a debt is owed to him, especially for the laws of justice he put in place. We will never let him be forgotten, and hope one day to clear his name. Loyaulte Me Lie"
"Requiescat in Pace, our King, who would have been England's best king if only he had had the chance. You were just, honourable, honest and valiant. You will never be forgotten and your name will be cleared. Loyaulte Me Lie"
"My dear Richard, may you rest in eternal peace. Loyaulte Me Lie. xxx"
"Sleep well our great, wise, kind King!"
"King Richard was a noble, brave and just ruler. He has been maligned through the centuries by rumor spread by those who, tragically, murdered him at Bosworth Field on August 22, 1485. I have the deepest regard and admiration for Good King Richard and will always remember him with all my love. I am deeply sorry he did not get to live his full lifetime and enjoy the happiness he deserved."
"Rest in Peace my dear 18th great Uncle"
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