From Fotheringhay we returned to the York road and followed it northward for about twenty miles.
You know the rest,—the last tragedy of all, in the Castle of Fotheringhay.
The earl was sent back to the Tower and thence to Fotheringhay.
But most notable are the relics of Fotheringhay Castle incorporated into the Talbot.
We have driven to Fotheringhay, and seen again the mound and the one remaining stone of the castle.
Fotheringhay bore “Silver two lions passant sable, looking backward.”
The park overlooks long lines of flat, amid which rises Fotheringhay Church.