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Rebury Richard III in St George’s, Windsor

From Mr Robert Lewis
Sir, - I wonder why Kim Harding (Letters, 18 January) believes that there are only two possibilities (Westminster Abbey or York Minster) for the final resting place of King Richard III as "an anointed and crowned monarch of England"? Surely Windsor Castle is also a prime contender.

Although Richard III is said to have made only brief use of Windsor before his defeat at Bosworth Field, he did himself have the body of King Henry VI moved to the ...

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