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Description: Three Monuments Including the Thomas Trubie Monument Circa 8 Metres to 10 Metres South of the Chance
Date Listed: 28 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 130951
OS Grid Reference: SP1895619961
OS Grid Coordinates: 418956, 219961
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8779, -1.7260
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LITTLE RISSINGTON LITTLE RISSINGTON VILLAGE
8/219 Three monuments including the
Thomas Trubie monument c8m-
10m south of the chancel
Thomas Trubie chest tomb and two headstones, c3m to the south.
a) Chest tomb to Thomas Trubie, dated 1619 and John Truby died
1759. Squared-off plinth. Deeply incised inscription to the
former at the east end. Inscription to the latter at the west
end. Deep flat-chamfered capping.
b) Pair of headstones of the same design but differing in size,
c3m to the south. Left-hand headstone dated 1712. Right-
hand headstone dated 1711. Both headstones have partially
legible inscriptions with moulded margins. Single heads at
the top of each flanked by scrolls with fruit and flowers
Listing NGR: SP1895619961
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Source: English Heritage
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