Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Marmaduke, fifth son of Conyers, Lord Darcy, one of the companions of Charles's exile, whom the King was wont to call "'Duke Darcey," and he is so styled in Charles's narrative of his escape, as given to Pepys. On the pavement in the south aisle of St. George's Chapel, Windsor, is the following inscription: -- "Here lyeth the body of the Honourable Marmaduke Darcy, Esq., brother to the Earl of Holderness, first gentlemen usher of the privy-chamber to his Majesty, who died in this castle on Sunday, the 3rd of July, in the seventy-third year of his age, A.D. 1687"per Wheatley
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