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Description: Four Gravestones in Churchyard of St Clement's of Clergy and Their Families
Date Listed: 27 February 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 101833
OS Grid Reference: SZ1075192128
OS Grid Coordinates: 410751, 92128
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7287, -1.8490
5186 ST CLEMENT'S ROAD
Four Gravestones in
Churchyard of St Clement's
of clergy and their
SZ l092 23/7B
3 small Arts and Crafts inscriptions in intricate Renaissance frames, all presumably
designed by J D Sedding: Rev G D Tinling (died 1880), copper plaque in white
stone frame, fixed to east wall of organ chamber, Rev Robert Sawfield (died 1889),
cross under gable, inscription flanked by panels of white foliage inlaid on black
background, Mrs C M Tinling (died 1876), pink sandstone cross under semi-circular
gable. Rev W Purton (died 1891) of similar type, probably by Henry Wilton: Crucifixion
between tapered pilasters carved with foliage, segmental pediment on dentil cornice.
Church of St Clement, with Churchyard Cross end Graves, Vicarage Walls, St Clement
School, Schoolhouse and No l2A, form a group.
Listing NGR: SZ1075192128
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Source: English Heritage
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