Description: Giles Monument, About 50 Metres East South East of Raven Monument in Churchyard of Church of St Lawr
Date Listed: 4 July 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 129037
OS Grid Reference: SU2154899526
OS Grid Coordinates: 421548, 199526
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6941, -1.6896
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SU 2199 LECHLADE MARKET PLACE
10/195 Giles Monument, about 50m east-
south-east of Raven Monument in
churchyard of Church of St.
Table tomb with central chest below top. William Giles, died 1880.
Limestone. Large moulded plinth with 4 small octagonal piers with
moulded bases and carved capitals, and large moulded capping with
diaper-type patterning and tent top with ridges enriched by roll
mouldings, each corner ending in stylized carved leaf. Ends of
chest below table have 3 vertical carved panels and one similar
panel flanking recessed side inscription panels. Panel to north
reads "Renovated in grateful remembrance by the Cook family 1908".
Listing NGR: SU2154899526
Source: English Heritage
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