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Description: Ball and Two Unidentified Monuments, Immediately South of Church in Churchyard of Church of St John
Date Listed: 16 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130419
OS Grid Reference: ST8184396210
OS Grid Coordinates: 381843, 196210
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6644, -2.2639
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KINGSCOTE KINGSCOTE VILLAGE
12/104 Ball and two Unidentified
Monuments, immediately south of
church in churchyard of Church of
St. John the Baptist
Three chest tombs. Edmond Ball 166- in centre, and 2 unidentified
probably of mid C18. Limestone. All with flat tops and moulded
plinth and cappings. To west: on raised base, indented ends with
cherubs to west and books to east, shallow relief foliage cartouche
to south and oval panel with foliage moulding to north. Ball:
dentils to capping, vestigial lyre ends, plain moulded rectangular
side panels. To east: lyre ends with slightly bellied oval
panels. Sides have plain moulded rectangular panels and flanking
floral reliefs. Large piece of capping broken off to north east.
Listing NGR: ST8184396210
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Source: English Heritage
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