| Charles Eugene De Croy |
|Name(s)||Eugene De Croy|
|Age||51 at death|
|Site||St. Nicholas' Church|
|Location||St. Nicholas' Church|
MummificationHe died as a prisoner of war in 1702. On demand of his creditors, his body, which rested at St. Nicholas' Church, was not buried. None of his friends or family would pay for his funeral following his death, so his body eventually naturally mummified and was put on display at the St. Nicholas' Church in Tallinn Estonia for approximately 190 years.
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