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Description: Edmonds Monument, About 8 1/2 Metres North of Main Door in Congregational Chapel Grounds
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129771
OS Grid Reference: SP1493400950
OS Grid Coordinates: 414934, 200950
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7071, -1.7853
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SP 1400-1500 FAIRFORD MILTON STREET
14/214 Edmonds monument, about 8.5m
north of main door in Congregational
Chest tomb. Edmonds family, late C18. Limestone. Square with
large cross-gabled very flat pitched cap over deep projecting
cornice with plain modules, with plain frieze supported by 4 squat
unfluted Doric corner columns, with "stylobate" now at ground
level. Inscriptions between on plain panels incised with Greek
key pattern to corners, -------Edmonds 1789 (?) to west; John 1819
to north; Elizabeth 1842 to east. An unusual and complete design
although with some weathering, especially to columns, with strong
reference to the work of Ledoux. 1,960 x 2,010mm, c.1,630mm high.
Listing NGR: SP1493400950
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Source: English Heritage
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