In Chesterfield Parish Church (the one with the twisted spire) are some tombs of the Foljambe family. The Foljambes originally came over here with the Norman Conquest and rose to prominence in Derbyshire, being associated with Chesterfield from the 15th to the 17th centuries.
Below is the effigy of Thomas Foljambe who died in 1604 aged 13 years old; he's kneeling on his great great grandfather's tomb. But it's a replacement head! Whatever happened to the original head - broken? - and who on earth decided that he should have what he's got now?
Or maybe that's what he looked like when he was alive?