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Description: Pair of Huxtable Monuments, in the Churchyard, Immediately North of Chancel of St Bartholomew's Chur
Date Listed: 24 June 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 103267
OS Grid Reference: ST8622115717
OS Grid Coordinates: 386221, 115717
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9407, -2.1975
ST 81 NE SUTTON WALDRON
2/174 Pair of Huxtable monuments,
in the churchyard, immediately
north of chancel of St
Pair of table-tombs on common base. Earliest inscription 1883. Stone. Main
tomb has double ridged top and quatrefoiled sides. Moulded cornice enriched
with ballflower. Monument as a whole is surmounted by a verical cross finial.
Subsidiary tomb has a ridged top with an horizontal cross set across it.
Inscriptions to Archdeacon Huxtable and his first and second wives. Archdeacon
Huxtable financed the building of the church and the tomb is important in an
Listing NGR: ST8622115717
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Source: English Heritage
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