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Description: Nine Monuments Including Russell and Four to Luckman, in Line About 9 Metres Long Immediatelly East
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129716
OS Grid Reference: SP1517901162
OS Grid Coordinates: 415179, 201162
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7090, -1.7817
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SP 1401-1501 FAIRFORD HIGH STREET
13/160 Nine monuments including Russell
and four to Luckman, in line about
9m long immediately east of Bedwell
monument in churchyard of Church of
Chest tomb: Luckman family, earliest 1746; and row of 6
headstones to south west of Luckman, 3 to Luckman family of
mid/late C18, and one double to Russell 1794 in centre of remaining
3. Limestone. From north to south: Luckman - stepped tent top
with curved top section and short roll moulding, moulded plinth and
capping with fluted frieze interspersed with rosettes. Quarter
baluster corners. Plain recessed ends with egg and dart moulding,
low relief cartouche to sides. Three Luckman headstones with high
relief cartouche and cherub's head, one with additional rear stone.
To south of these: 3 headstones with double central stone - plain
recessed to south; flat cherub heads and rosette decoration in
centre; high relief cartouche and cherub's head to north, all with
additional rear stone.
Listing NGR: SP1517901162
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Source: English Heritage
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