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Description: Wane Monument, About 3 7/10 Metres West of Main Door in Congregational Chapel Grounds
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129769
OS Grid Reference: SP1492900946
OS Grid Coordinates: 414929, 200946
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7071, -1.7853
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SP 1400-1500 FAIRFORD MILTON STREET
14/212 Wane monument, about 3.7m west of
main door in Congregational Chapel
Chest tomb. Wane family, mid C18. Limestone. Stepped tent top
with curved top section and roll moulding, gadrooned capping,
moulded plinth, on plain base. Plain frieze, plain sides and ends.
Earliest inscription to Jonathan Wane 1744 to west, and John 1761;
Mary 1821 to east; William 1857 to north. To west of main
approach path to Chapel (q.v.). 1,510 x 1,030mm, c.l,200mm high.
Listing NGR: SP1492900946
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Source: English Heritage
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