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I was last week in Caen and have visited the grave of William the Conqueror. Now I want to show you a picture of the grave.
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Thank you very much for that picture Principessa, I have never seen this grave and really I had no idea where it was.
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How many English rulers are buried in France besides William the Conqueror? I believe Henry II and Eleanor of Acquitaine are buried in France but what of Henry I? Are there others interred on the continent as well?
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After a brief search, I found a list which shows Henry II and Richard I buried in France but it also lists William the Conqueror as being buried at Waltham Abbey. That can't be right, can it?
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Burials of English Monarchs and their Consorts Outside of England

William I the Conqueror (1028-1087)
Buried - Church of Saint-Etienne, Caen, France

Matilda of Flanders (1031-1083)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King William I the Conqueror
Buried - Church of Saint-Trinite, Caen, France

Adeliza of Louvain (1104-1151)
Queen Consort of England
2nd wife of Henry I of England
Buried - Abbey Church in Affligem, Belgium

Empress Matilda, Queen of England (1102-1167)
Buried - Rouen Cathedral, Rouen, France

Geoffrey V Plantagenet, Count of Anjou (1113-1151)
2nd Husband of Queen Matilda of England
Buried - Cathedral of Le Mans, Le Mans, France

Henry II of England (1133-1189)
Buried - Fontevrault Abbey, near Samur, France

Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204)
Queen Consort of England (formerly Queen Consort of France)
Wife of King Henry II of England
Buried - Fontevrault Abbey, near Samur, France

Richard I of England "the Lion Heart" (1157-1199)
Buried - Fontevrault Abbey, near Samur, France

Berengaria of Navarre (1163-1230)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Richard I of England
Buried - Cathedral of Le Mans, Le Mans, France

Isabella of Angouleme (1188-1246)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King John of England
Buried - Fontevrault Abbey, near Samur, France

Isabella of Valois (1389-1409)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Richard II of England
Buried - Convent des Celestins, Paris, France

Margaret of Anjou (1429-1482)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Henry VI of England
Buried - Cathedral of Angers, Angers, France

Henrietta Maria of France (1609-1669)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Charles I of England
Buried - Saint Denis Basilica, near Paris, France

Catherine of Braganza (1638-1705)
Queen Consort of England
Wife of King Charles II of England
Buried - Jeronimos Monastery, Lisbon, Portugal

James II of England, VII of Scotland (1633-1701)
Buried - Church of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France

Mary of Modena (1658-1718)
Queen Consort of England and Scotland
Wife of King James II of England, VII of Scotland
Buried - Saint-Marie Abbey in Chaillot, Paris, France

George I of Great Britain and Ireland (1650-1702)
Buried - Mausoleum in the garden of Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, Germany

Sophia Dorothea of Celle (1666-1727)
Divorced in 1694, before Accession
Wife of King George I of Great Britain
Buried - St. Mary Church, Celle, Lower Saxony, Germany

Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821)
Queen Consort of Great Britain and Ireland
Wife of King George IV of Great Britain and Ireland
Buried - Brunswick Cathedral, Braunschweig, Germany
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Other Interesting Burials Related to the English/British Crown

Isabella of England (1217-1241)
Holy Roman Empress
Wife of Emperor Frederick II
Daughter of King John I of England and Isabella of Angouleme
Buried - Andria Cathedral, Andria, Apulia, Italy

Philippa of England (1394-1430)
Queen Consort of Denmark, Norway and Sweden
Wife of Erik of Pomerania, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden
Daughter of King Henry IV of England and Mary de Bohun
Buried - Convent Church at Vadstena, near Lidköping, Sweden

Philippa of Lancaster (1360-1415)
Queen Consort of Portugal
Wife of King John I of Portugal
Daughter of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and Blanche of Lancaster
Buried - Founder's Crypt at the Monastery of Batalha, Batalha, Leiria, Portugal

Marie of Guise (1515-1560)
Queen Consort of Scotland
Wife of King James V of Scotland
Daughter of Claude, Duke of Guise, and Antoinette of Bourbon-Vendome
Mother of Queen Mary I of Scots
Grandmother of King James I of England, VI of Scotland
Buried - Reims Cathedral, Reims, France

Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (1687-1757)
Queen Consort of Prussia
Wife of King Frederick Wilhelm I of Prussia
Daughter of King George I of Great Britain and Ireland and Sophia Dorothea of Celle
Buried - Berlin Protestant Cathedral, Berlin, Germany

Louise of Great Britain (1724-1751)
Queen Consort of Denmark and Norway
Wife of King Frederick V of Denmark and Norway
Daughter of King George II of Great Britain and Ireland and Caroline of Ansbach
Buried - Roskilde Cathedral, Zealand, Denmark

Caroline Matilda of Great Britain (1751-1775)
Queen Consort of Denmark and Norway
Wife of King Christian VII of Denmark and Norway
Daughter of Frederick, Prince of Wales and Augusta of Saxe-Gotha
Buried - Celle Castle Church, Celle, near Hannover, Germany

Charlotte, Princes Royal (1766-1828)
Queen Consort of Wurttemburg
Wife of King Frederick I of Wurttemburg
Daughter of King George III of Great Britain and Ireland and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Buried - Palace Chapel at Ludwigsburg Palace, Ludwigsburg, Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany

Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901)
Empress Consort of Germany and Queen of Prussia
Wife of Emperor Frederick III of Germany, King of Prussia
Daughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Ireland and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Buried - Friedenkirche, Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany

Lady Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton (1850-1922)
Princess of Monaco
1st Wife of Albert I, Prince of Monaco (marriage annulled)
Daughter of the 11th Duke of Hamilton and Princess Marie of Baden
Great-Grandmother of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco
Mary's grandmother, Stephanie de Beauharnais, was the adopted daughter of Napolean I Bonaparte, Emperor of the French
Buried - Budapest, Hungary
** Though Lady Mary isn't really a member of the British Royal Family, she is related to the French crown and is interesting enough to include. **

Maud of Wales (1869-1938)
Queen Consort of Norway
Wife of King Haakon VII of Norway
Daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Alexandra of Denmark
Buried - Akershus Fortress, Oslo, Norway

Marie of Edinburgh (1875-1938)
Queen Consort of Romania
Wife of King Ferdinand of Romania
Daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia
Buried - Peles Castle, Sinaia, Romania

Margaret of Connaught (1882-1920)
Crown Princess of Sweden, died before Accession
1st Wife of King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden
Daughter of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Princess Luise Margarete of Prussia
Buried - Royal Haga Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden

Louise Mountbatten (1889-1965)
Queen Consort of Sweden
2nd Wife of King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden
Daughter of Prince Louis of Battenburg and Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine
Buried - Royal Haga Cemetery, Stockholm, Sweden
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Thank you very much for the splendid information. I have another royal personage to add to your list. Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece, the mother of Prince Phillip, was buried initially in Windsor Castle, then her coffin was moved and re-interred in Jerusalem. I know Alice was never a queen but thought her connection to the Queen and Prince Phillip might secure her a spot on your list. Alice was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and was born at Windsor Castle.
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Interesting accounts of royal burials. Often choice of burial ground is a good indication of affinity and affection. Even descendants of our early Celtic and English princes still choose to have their ashes scatered over the royal burial grounds at Iona. I recall from my school history that when William I fell and died his courtiers were so afraid of him in death his body lay unattended for days, it supturated and decomposed before anyone would deal with it. A fitting end no doubt for the man who ordered the last English king, when captured at Senlac, to be gelded, eviscerated alive then his spine axed through by his close personal Norman thugs. The chivalrous Normans wouldn't allow the English to bury their dead. They lay where they fell for years. Interesting that 30% of land in England still "owned" by the descendents of Breton, Flemish, Norman and French mercenaries in William's service.
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Alice was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and was born at Windsor Castle.
well not quite......alice was a great granddughter of the old queen...

queen victoria> princess alice grand duchess of hesse>princess victoria of hesse>princess alice of battenburg.

btw....some years ago i had read that the remains of princess alice was to be removed from her burial place in jerusalem......but i do not know the outcome of this.....i would be very interested to know the outcome please !!
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As far as I can tell, Jonny, Princess Alice is still buried at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Jerusalem.

The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess George of Hanover visited the church in 1994 for a ceremony honoring their mother.. but I have found nothing to indicate that she has been re-interred elsewhere.

They didn't even move her there until 1988, almost 20 years after her death. I doubt they would move her yet again, considering it was her wish to be buried in Jerusalem.
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Great thread. That pic is nice. Also, I didn't know there were so many british monarchs buried in France! It's interesting
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Thank you for posting the photo, good to see these things as Australia is a long way from europe, I am not likley to go there any time soon!
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well not quite......alice was a great granddughter of the old queen...

queen victoria> princess alice grand duchess of hesse>princess victoria of hesse>princess alice of battenburg.

btw....some years ago i had read that the remains of princess alice was to be removed from her burial place in jerusalem......but i do not know the outcome of this.....i would be very interested to know the outcome please !!
Oops, sorry, my mistake in omitting "great" before granddaughter. Thank you for the correction, jonnydep. There is a wonderful biography called "Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece" by Hugo Vickers and in the epilogue, Vickers details all of the obstacles surmounted before Alice could be moved to Jerusalem. As far as I know, her body still lies there near her aunt.
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I thought this would be fun and interesting.. the burials of the Pretenders!

Burials of the Jacobite Succession

House of Stuart

James Francis Edward Stuart (1688-1766)
"King James III of England, VIII of Scotland"
Buried - St. Peter's Basilica, The Vatican

Maria Klementyna Sobieska (1702-1735)
wife of James Francis Edward Stuart
"Queen Maria, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - St. Peter's Basilica, The Vatican

Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788)
Bonnie Prince Charlie
"King Charles III of England and Scotland"
Buried - The Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter Apostle, Frascati, Italy (1788)
Re-interred in 1807 - St. Peter's Basilica, The Vatican
His heart and "praecordia" were left at the Cathedral in Frascati

Princess Louise of Stolberg-Gedern (1752-1824)
wife of Charles Edward Stuart
"Queen Louise, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - Castellani Chapel, Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence, Italy

Henry Benedict Stuart (1725-1807)
"King Henry IX of England, I of Scotland"
Buried - St. Peter's Basilica, The Vatican

Upon Henry's death, the succession passed to the House of Savoy through Henrietta Anne, youngest daughter of Charles I, and devolved upon her great-great grandson.

House of Savoy

Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia (1751-1819)
King of Sardinia
"King Charles IV of England and Scotland"
Buried - Church of Sant'Andrea al Quirinale, Rome, Italy

Marie Adélaïde Clotilde Xavière de France (1759-1802)
Queen Consort of Sardinia
wife of Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia
"Queen Clotilde, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - Church of Santa Caterina a Chiaia, Naples, Italy

Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia (1759-1824)
King of Sardinia
"King Victor of England and Scotland"
Buried - The Basilica of Superga, Turin, Italy

Archduchess Maria Teresa of Austria-Este (1773-1832)
Queen Consort of Sardinia
wife of Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia
"Queen Maria Teresa, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - The Basilica of Superga, Turin, Italy

Maria Beatrice of Savoy (1792-1840)
Archduchess of Austria-Este, Duchess of Modena, Reggio and Mirandola
"Queen Mary III of England, II of Scotland"
Buried - Chiesa di San Vincenzo, Modena, Italy

Succession devolved upon the House of Austria-Este and the son of Maria Beatrice of Savoy.

House of Austria-Este

Francis V, Duke of Modena (1819-1875)
"King Francis I of England and Scotland"
Buried - Capuchin Church, Vienna, Austria

Princess Adelgunde of Bavaria (1823-1914)
Duchess of Modena
wife of Francis V, Duke of Modena
"Queen Adelgunde, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - (presumably) Capuchin Church, Vienna, Austria

Maria Theresia of Austria-Este (1849-1918)
Queen Consort of Bavaria
"Queen Mary IV of England, III of Scotland"
Buried - Chapel at Castle Wildenwart, Bavaria, Germany
Re-interred in 1921 at the Cathedral of Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Succession devolved upon the House of Wittelsbach and the son of Maria Theresia of Austria-Este.

House of Wittelsbach

Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria (1869-1955)
"King Robert I of England, IV of Scotland"
Buried - Crypt of the Theatine Church St. Cajetan, Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Marie Gabrielle, Duchess in Bavaria (1878-1912)
Crown Princess of Bavaria
wife of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria
"Queen Marie Gabrielle, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - Crypt of the Theatine Church St. Cajetan, Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria (1905-1996)
"King Albert of England and Scotland"
Buried - Kloster Andechs, Andechs, Bavaria, Germany

Countess Marita von Trakostjan (1904-1969)
Duchess of Bavaria
1st wife of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria
"Queen Marita, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - Kloster Andechs, Andechs, Bavaria, Germany

Countess Marie-Jenke von Buzin (1921-1983)
Duchess of Bavaria
2nd wife of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria
"Queen Marie-Jenke, Consort of England and Scotland"
Buried - Kloster Andechs, Andechs, Bavaria, Germany

The current Jacobite king is Franz, Duke of Bavaria, born in 1933 to Albrecht and his first wife Marita. He is recognized as "King Francis II". Franz has never married, so at his death the pretender's claim will go to his younger brother Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria, then to his eldest daughter HSH Princess Sophie of Bavaria, Hereditary Princess of Liechtenstein, and her four children of the House of Liechtenstein.
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Oops, sorry, my mistake in omitting "great" before granddaughter. Thank you for the correction, jonnydep. There is a wonderful biography called "Alice, Princess Andrew of Greece" by Hugo Vickers and in the epilogue, Vickers details all of the obstacles surmounted before Alice could be moved to Jerusalem. As far as I know, her body still lies there near her aunt.
you are welcome !!
yes the aunt is princess elizabeth (ella) of hesse, later granduchess serge of russia. its so nice that the two are buried near to each other, as her aunt was also a godmother to princess alice !!.

btw i do own the book you have mentiion adove..... a very good and interesting read !!
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Great thread. That pic is nice. Also, I didn't know there were so many british monarchs buried in France! It's interesting
hi nat....
well these early kings of england was more french in outlook then english....william the conqueor was duke of normandy (a french duchy) before he become king of england and held land within france. his granddaughter queen matilda had married the french count of anjou and thier son king henry II had married the greatest french heiress of the day....eleanor of aquitaine....thus henry held land and ruled an empire which strecthed from the scottish border to the pyrenees (the angevin empire). although he was king of england and england provided him with great wealth....the heart of the empire was indeed anjou the land of his forefathers..... thus these kings perhaps regarded themselves as french, rather than english !! hence as to why they wished to be buried in thier beloved france !!
i hope you can understand in what i am trying to say nat !!
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hi jonny!
Yes, don't worry, I understand what you try to say
so, basically they were french, or at least had french roots.
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After a brief search, I found a list which shows Henry II and Richard I buried in France but it also lists William the Conqueror as being buried at Waltham Abbey. That can't be right, can it?
this sometimes happens where the remains of kings and queens are buried in two separate places.....two examples of which are...

king robert I (the bruce) of scotland.... he was buried in dunfermline abbey scotland, whilst his heart (in accordence to his dying wish) is buried in melrose abbey, scotland !!

queen marie of rumania (a granddaughter of queen victoria) her heart was also buried elsewhere to that of her body...firstly in her chapel at balcic , but was later removed, (just prior to the bulgarians taking the possession of the territory) and was placed by her daughter princess ileana in the queens castle at bran !!

but i am not sure if this is the case with king william though !!.....
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A little correction

Caroline Mathilde is not buried in Roskilde Cathedral. She was thrown out of Denmark after the affair with Struensee was discovered and spend her remaining years (she was only 26 at the time of her death) in Celle, near Hannover, Germany and she is buried in the vault of Celle Castle Church.
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Caroline Mathilde is not buried in Roskilde Cathedral. She was thrown out of Denmark after the affair with Struensee was discovered and spend her remaining years (she was only 26 at the time of her death) in Celle, near Hannover, Germany and she is buried in the vault of Celle Castle Church.
yes i agree !!
i have just checked in my book..burkes royal families of the world.... and yes it does state that the queen had died at celle 10 may 1775 and was buried there !!

sorry queen catherine.....
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