Statue of Godfried de Bouillon, first King of Jerusalem and Belgian crusader, on King's Square (Koningsplein), Brussels Belgique / Belgium
Staunton Harold Hall is a country house that was originally Jacobean, but the Baron had it enlarged in about Sir Robert Shirley built the church in the hall grounds in 1653 in defiance of Oliver Cromwell.
Staunton Harold Hall is a large 18th century country house built by the Earls Ferrers, situated within the Staunton Harold Park in Leicestershire, which includes the 17th century Grade I listed Chapel of the Holy Trinity (Staunton Harold church). The Shirley family had lived in Staunton Harold for many generations. The present hall was originally a Jacobean building built for Robert Shirley, 1st Earl Ferrers as a family seat
Shirley inscription at Staunton Harold.In the yeare 1653 when all thinges sacred were throughout ye nation either demolisht or profaned Sr Robert Shirley Barronet founded this church whose singular praise it is to have done the best thinges in ye worst times and hoped them in the most callamitous.