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Description: Group of Three Monuments, in the Churchyard, About 3 Metres South South East of the Porch, Church of
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125948
OS Grid Reference: SO6699031250
OS Grid Coordinates: 366990, 231250
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9787, -2.4820
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SO 63 SE
4/130 Group of Three monuments, in the
churchyard, about 3m south-south-
east of the porch, Church of
Chest tombs: C18: stone. (i) James Gurney, died 1743, Jane
Gurney, 1735: flat lid, moulded edge, lyre ends, sides central
panel with low relief scrolls to sides. Moulded base. (ii)
Henry Mathew, died 1725: flat lid, moulded edge, wide pilaster
ends, rococo carving on stem and its returns; rococo carving to
sides, moulded base. (iii) Southernmost, inscription on north
side illegible, south to Henry Mathew, died 1776. Flat lid,
moulded edge, corner quarter-rectangular fluted balusters with
acanthus-leaf carving: rococo ends and sides, with heads in top
centre of sides: moulded base.
Listing NGR: SO6699031250
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Source: English Heritage
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