The entrance to the vault in St George's Chapel, Windsor, where Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother was intered, after her funeral in Westminster Abbey. She was laid to rest alongside her husband, King George VI, who died in 1952. * The casket that contains the ashes of Princess Margaret, who died in February, is also being placed in the vault.
Henry VIII's coffin. Sketch of the vault containing the coffins of Henry VIII, Charles I and Jane Seymour by Alfred Young Nutt, 1888. The coffin on the left is Charles I’s; in the middle, Henry VIII’s on the right, Jane Seymour’s. The vault is suited below a stone marking the site that is placed in the centre of the Quire in St George’s Chapel, Windsor. The vault was opened in 1813 with the Prince Regent (later George IV) present. A contemporary account describes the event.
Michael Jackson's death shows excesses of modern America
Weirdly, this is not a true grave stone, but a memorial stone in a cemetery near the Motown Studios where people were leaving mementos of Michael Jackson following his death. Some of those items are actually buried here and the public now has another focus for their grief, allowing the people at Motown to try to return to normal Michael Jackson, 1958-2009 Died aged 51 of heart failure