Elizabeth daughter of Henry VII
In the chapel of St Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey is a small tomb with a black marble slab for Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VII and his queen Elizabeth of York. It now stands near Henry III's tomb but it may have been moved from elsewhere in the chapel. The inscription on the verge had already disappeared by the 1700s. The Latin can be translated:
Elizabeth, second child of Henry the Seventh King of England, France and Ireland and of the most serene lady Queen Elizabeth his consort, who was born on the second day of the month of July in the year of Our Lord 1492, and died on the 14th day of the month of September in the year of Our Lord 1495, upon whose soul may God have mercy. Amen
Her gilt effigy has also now gone. A plate at the feet of her likeness read (translated):
Hereafter Death has a royal offspring in this tomb viz. the young and noble Elizabeth daughter of that illustrious prince, Henry the Seventh, who swayed the sceptre of two kingdoms, Attrapos, the most severe messenger of Death, snatched her away but may she have eternal life in Heaven
She died at Eltham Palace in Kent and her body was placed in the choir of the king's chapel there for eleven days with masses and requiems sung every day. The corpse was covered by a pall of cloth of gold with her coat of arms on it, and on lozenges around the chapel. Six horses drew her hearse to Stangate and then across the river to Westminster where the Prior and monks of Westminster met it to escort it to the Abbey. The hearse was placed in the choir with a cloth of black fringed with red and white roses and lettered in gold "Jesus est amor meus". The next day after mass and the office of the dead the body was carried to the grave.
Her brother Edmund born in 1499 and died 19th June 1500 was also buried in this chapel but has no monument. Her sister Catherine, born and died 1503, was also interred in the Abbey without any monument.