The History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent, vol. 4
Aveline, Countess of Lancaster.
This monument is situated behind that of lord Ligonier; it is an altar tomb, with a lofty pyramidal canopy, richly enamelled and carved with foliage in the style of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence; on the altar tomb lies the effigy of the countess.--Until the coronation of his present majesty, this tomb was shut out from the choir by a screen, and from the aisle by the monument of lord Ligonier. Aveline was the wife of Edmund Crouchback, earl of Lancaster; she died in .
The magnificent tombs to Aymer de Valence, who was murdered d of June, Edward III. in France, and that of Edmund Crouchback, earl of Lancaster, son to Henry III. and who died in France, , but was brought and interred here, are east of the monument of lord Ligonier, and compose the north screen of the platform to the high-altar.