[MR] BBC: Search on for Henry I's Grave

Garth Groff via Atlantia atlantia at seahorse.atlantia.sca.org
Mon Jun 13 01:42:14 PDT 2016

Noble Friends,

In case I confused you, I meant to say Richard III. I often find 
mistakes like this later in my posts that should have been caught, and 
must plead mild dyslexia.

Yours Aye,


On 6/13/16 4:35 AM, Garth Groff via Atlantia wrote:
> Noble Friends,
> Ah, how history repeats itself! Another king under the car park story 
> is unfolding in Reading, England as the search begins for the lost 
> tomb of Henry I, son of William the Conqueror. Henry's life and demise 
> don't quite pack the emotional punch of Richard I, and the site around 
> the ruins of Reading Abbey was the legitimate and honored place for 
> the Royal Burial, but it the search is sure to catch the attention of 
> the world if the bones are found: 
> http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-berkshire-36510595 .
> Still among the missing: Edmund of East Anglia, possibly buried under 
> tennis courts; James IV of Scotland, taken to London in 1513 and 
> vanished.
> Yours Aye,
> Lord Mungo Napier, That Crazy Scot
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