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Description: Fourteen Momuments Including Rose, Dawkins and Townsend, About 9 to 18 Metres South East of South Ea
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129706
OS Grid Reference: SP1515901145
OS Grid Coordinates: 415159, 201145
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7088, -1.7820
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SP 1401-1501 FAIRFORD HIGH STREET
13/150 Fourteen monuments including Rose,
Dawkins and Townsend, about 9-18m
south east of south east porch
buttress in churchyard of Church of
Five chest tombs: Unidentified, early C18, to north, and Rose
1786, to south west, with three between included for group value:
Dawkins 1823, Townsend 1842, Rose 1857; and nine headstones in row
to south from east of Rose 1857, mostly late C18. Limestone.
Unidentified - large splayed plinth and capping, plain slab sides
and ends, with small recessed rectangle on each side towards west.
Rose (1786) - stepped tent top with curved top section, moulded
plinth and capping on tall double base, panelled frieze, fielded
sides and ends, with flanking reeded pilasters to sides. Tops of
panels badly eroded. Six headstones with high relief cartouches
and cherubs' heads, with plain stones to ends and centre. Dated
1775 furthest north.
Listing NGR: SP1515901145
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Source: English Heritage
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