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Description: Group of 3 Monuments in the Churchyard of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, C9m South of South-Wes
Date Listed: 25 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130545
OS Grid Reference: SP1117514546
OS Grid Coordinates: 411175, 214546
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8294, -1.8392
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NORTHLEACH WITH OFF THE MARKET PLACE
EASTINGTON (west side), Northleach
8/108 Group of 3 monuments in the
churchyard of the Church of St.
Peter and St. Paul, c9m south of
south-west corner of south aisle
Three chest tombs. To Thomas, son of Richard and Alice Rickett,
nearest church. Early C18. Limestone. Only legible inscription
on south side with cherub heads in upper corners. Sunken marginal
panels. Inscription panel on north side with 2 winged cherubs at
top and fluted marginal panels. Plain sunken panel at east end.
Capping with moulded margin. Eroded moulded upper capping stone.
Chest tomb to Hannah --------, died 1766, clm west of monument to
Thomas Rickett. Limestone. Inscription on north side within
sunken inscription plaque. Similar inscription plaque on south
side divided into two panels. Sunken inscription plaques at either
end flanked by quarter balusters. Partly shattered capping with
moulded margin and moulded upper capping stone.
Chest tomb clm north of the latter. Late C18-early C19. To
members of the Rickett family. Inscription to William Rickett,
died 1803, on south side. Partially legible inscription on north
side. Fluted marginal panels. Oval panels with incised margins at
ends. Capping with moulded margin. Stepped capping with large
hipped upper capping stone.
Listing NGR: SP1117514546
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Source: English Heritage
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