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Description: Monument Approximately 240 Metres North of the Warren at Tq 410 959
Date Listed: 29 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 118626
OS Grid Reference: TQ4100095900
OS Grid Coordinates: 541000, 195900
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6442, 0.0364
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TQ 49 NW LOUGHTON EPPING NEW ROAD,
1/44 Monument approx. 240
metres N of the Warren at
TQ 410 959
Monument, early C19. Stone, with plinth of cement-rendered brickwork. Obelisk
on 4 ball feet on square stone base, on rendered plinth. Ball and rosette on
top. No inscription. Height approx. 6 metres. Sir William Addison states
that after the death of the first owner The Warren was occupied by General =
Grosvenor, who erected the obelisk to the charger he rode at Waterloo. (Epping
Forest, its Literary and Historical Associations, 1945, p.223).
Listing NGR: TQ4100095900
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Source: English Heritage
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