Eleanor of Provence,
Queen of Henry III, died and was buried at Amesbury Abbey in 1291,
but her heart was buried in London at Greyfriar's church in Newgate.
She had been Queen from her marriage in 1236 until her husband's
death in 1272. She was also the mother to Edward I.
Margaret of France,
the second queen of Edward I, was buried in 1318 at Greyfriar's
church at Newgate in London. She had married Edward in 1299 and
remained queen until his death in 1307.
Isabella of France,
the queen of Edward II, was buried in 1358 at Greyfriar's church
at Newgate in London. She had married Edward in 1308 and remained
queen until his death in 1327. She was mother to Edward III.