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William Rogers, Thomas Rogers and Anthony Lawrence Monuments in the Churchyard of Church of St Micha, Dowdeswell

Description: William Rogers, Thomas Rogers and Anthony Lawrence Monuments in the Churchyard of Church of St Micha

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129128

OS Grid Reference: SP0012019903
OS Grid Coordinates: 400120, 219903
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8777, -1.9996

Location: Dowdeswell, Gloucestershire GL54 4LX

Locality: Dowdeswell
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL54 4LX

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Listing Text


5/29 William Rogers, Thomas Rogers and
Anthony Lawrence monuments in the
churchyard of Church of St. Michael
in row east of path to south porch

Pedestal tomb and 2 chest tombs. Pedestal tomb to William Rogers.
Early C19. Limestone. Square plan with brackets with foliate and
cherubs' head decoration at, each corner. Sunken inscription panels
on each side with egg and dart mouldings. Inscriptions to William
Rogers, on west side; to Thomas Rogers of The Lower House, died
1872, on south side; to Rebecca Lawrence, daughter of William
Rogers, died 1800, on north side. Sunken rectangular panel below
each inscription panel with egg and dart mouldings. Festoon over
each panel. Moulded pyramidal capping with pineapple finial.
Chest tomb to Thomas Rogers c.lm south of the former. C17.
Limestone. Fielded inscription panel on south side within raised
margin, similar panel on north side and at east end. Quarter
balusters at each corner. Winged hourglass at west end. Thick
capping with moulded margin.
Chest tomb to Anthony Lawrence c2m south of the former. Limestone.
C17. Fielded inscription panels on sides lyre-shaped ends each
with single plant motif on sides. Thick moulded capping.

Listing NGR: SP0012519902

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Source: English Heritage

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