Let the memory of Richard be with us forever
  • 32 years old
  • Born on October 2, 1452 in Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom.
  • Passed away on August 22, 1485 in Bosworth, Leicestershire, United Kingdom.

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.

Posted by Clare Hartley on 15th October 2018
We may not be related but count me as a friend you never met or maybe you have in a past life. Rest in peace Richard.
Posted by Joanne Larner on 2nd October 2018
Remembering you, King Richard, on your 566th birthday! Loyaulte Me Lie xxx
Posted by Glenis Brindley on 2nd October 2018
Happy birthday Dickon. The candle ever glows bright for you, and will never grow dim. You're always in my thoughts and will never be forgotten. LML
Posted by Joanne Larner on 23rd August 2018
The Last Plantagenet In August, at late Summer’s teeming height, The last Plantagenet rode forth one day Defying Fortune, rising to the fight And risking all in battle’s bloodied fray. He stood resolved which course he must pursue To stem the sham of Richmond’s royal claim A final thrust could see the battle through To ride straight for The Tudor was his aim. Surrounded by the pride of England’s might With heart set high he charged the foe pell-mell Within the deepest folds of battle’s fright King Richard strove- he sought, he fought, he fell. A King he lived and died, without regret- On Bosworth Field the Sun in Splendor set. © Bob Ferdinand
Posted by Laurel Owen on 3rd October 2017
Respects to the last great warrior king. A good king.
Posted by Margaret Breen on 3rd October 2017
REQUIEM aeternam dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis. Requiescat in pace. Rest in peace, your Grace
Posted by Joanne Larner on 2nd October 2017
Remembering Richard Plantagenet, King Richard III, on his 565th birthday! Loyaulte Me Lie xxx
Posted by Dianne Penn on 2nd October 2017
Life has to die - Love doesn’t. You will never die while we hold you in our hearts, as we your Loyal Supporters do. - Loyaultie Me Lie -
Posted by Joanne Larner on 23rd August 2017
The date of 22nd August never gets easier - Dear King Richard, know that you are remembered always and mourned deeply by your supporters. We will never stop defending your name, we will never stop sharing your truth and we will never stop holding you in our hearts. Loayalte Me Lie
Posted by Joanne Larner on 3rd October 2016
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
Posted by Clare Anderson on 28th August 2016
Goodnight, sweet prince. Lost long, forever found. 'Time trieth Truth'
Posted by L Thornburg on 28th July 2016
Rest in Peace my 12th great Uncle.
Posted by Patricia Rice-Jones on 27th July 2016
Dickon,a loving son, husband and father, a loyal brother and a King beyond measure Loyaulte Me Lie
Posted by Rafina Eccleston on 27th July 2016
The last good and true king. I am a plantagenet at heart and Wear the white boar and white rose with pride
Posted by Lesley Kiddell-Spencer on 26th July 2016
The most famous prince of blessed memory.
Posted by Glenis Brindley on 22nd July 2016
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
Posted by Joanne Larner on 20th July 2016
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
Posted by Tracy Tewkesbury on 13th October 2013
My dear Richard, may you rest in eternal peace. Loyaulte Me Lie. xxx
Posted by Billijo Maynard on 24th August 2013
Rest in Peace my dear 18th great Uncle
Posted by Elizabeth Borson on 24th August 2013
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.
Posted by Nat Lockwood on 24th August 2013
Sleep well our great, wise, kind King!

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