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Two Higgins Monuments, in the Churchyard, Between About 7 Metres and 9 Metres South of East End of C, Tibberton

Description: Two Higgins Monuments, in the Churchyard, Between About 7 Metres and 9 Metres South of East End of C

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125794

OS Grid Reference: SO7570621865
OS Grid Coordinates: 375706, 221865
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8948, -2.3544

Location: Court Farm, Tibberton, Gloucestershire GL19 3AF

Locality: Tibberton
Local Authority: Forest of Dean District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL19 3AF

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Listing Text

(west side)

8/258 Two Higgins monuments, in the
churchyard, between about 7m and 9m
south of east end of chancel,
Church of Holy Trinity


Short chest tombs: third quarter C18; stone. Northern, Thomas
Higgins, died 1778. Flat lid, moulded edge, long sides. North
side raised oval, south raised rectangle with square indented
corners, corner paterae to both sides. Ends elongated pilaster,
fluted frieze with centre and end paterae, patera also on returns;
circular moulding on stem to east end, urn on west. Moulded
plinth on large, stone base. Good lettering. South monument
Henry and Mary Higgins, died 1760 and 1763. As first monument,
but sides raised, rectangular panel, plain frieze to pilasters,
swelling centre to circle on eastern end.

Listing NGR: SO7570621865

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Source: English Heritage

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