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Description: Tibbatts and Rodway Monuments in the Churchyard, About 5 Metres South West of South West Corner of P
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125823
OS Grid Reference: SO7421933653
OS Grid Coordinates: 374219, 233653
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0007, -2.3769
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SO 73 SW
5/6 Tibbatts and Rodway monuments
in the churchyard, about 5m south-
west of south-west corner of porch,
Church of St. Mary
One chest and one pedestal tombs; former to Josiah Tibbatts, died
1801. Stone. Flat lid, moulded edge, fluted frieze with paterae;
quarter rectangular corner balusters, fluted stem, gadrooned below.
Ends and south face simply moulded surround to rectangular panel,
north face fluted edge moulding to rectangular panel, with
guilloche and egg and dart. Moulded plinth. Some Gothic
lettering. Later inscriptions to 1837. Same design as Hill and
Hartland monuments, (q.v.). Pedestal tomb to George Rodway, died
1790, to east; weathered lid, step, moulded edge; framed sides to
sunk panel: moulded top to base.
Listing NGR: SO7421933653
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Source: English Heritage
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