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Group of Seven Memorials Including 5 Joyner Tombs Centred Circa 18 Metres West of North Porch Door t, Coaley

Description: Group of Seven Memorials Including 5 Joyner Tombs Centred Circa 18 Metres West of North Porch Door t

Grade: II
Date Listed: 26 April 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 131476

OS Grid Reference: SO7711801728
OS Grid Coordinates: 377118, 201728
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7138, -2.3326

Location: The Street, Coaley, Gloucestershire GL11 5EG

Locality: Coaley
Local Authority: Stroud District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL11 5EG

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Listing Text

2/58A (east side)

Group of seven
memorials including 5
Joyner tombs centred
c18 m west of north
GV porch door to
Parish Church of
St Bartholomew

Group of seven memorials. Dated as individually below; recorded from north-west to
south-east. Earliest decipherable date given.

(i) Pedestal tomb. Early C19. Sandstone. Square domed top, moulded frieze, and
plinth on base, raised elliptical panels north and south, and square with undulating
head, east and west. WILLIAM JOYNER, 1812.

(ii) Chest tomb. Early C18. Limestone. Moulded top, baroque panels, base concealed
at time of survey. Inscriptions not legible.

(iii) Pedestal tomb. Late C18. Sandstone. Square, low moulded top with pyramidal
capping, segmental ends, reeded ¼ columns. Plain panels with quadrant cut-out corners
north and south, tree branches to end panels. Formerly contained in railings . -
JOYNER, 1792.

(iv) Pedestal tomb. Late C19. Sandstone. Square, pyramidal top, Victoria ¾
columns, moulded base, pointed and decorated inscription panels. - JOYNER, 1867.

Items (i)-(iv) lie immediately adjacent to the path to north porch.

(v) Pedestal tomb. Mid C19. Sandstone. Square, pyramidal top and moulded edge,
cavetto plinth, on base course, plain panels. - JOYNER, 1851. Partly overgrown with
ivy at time of survey.

(vi) Lofty chest tomb. Early C19 or late C18. Limestone. Moulded top and base,
elliptical panels with leaf embellishment, quarter balusters. ROBERT JOYNER, 1804.

(vii) Pedestal tomb. Mid C19. Sandstone. Square, pyramidal top, fluted frieze and
moulded base, ¾ roman Doric fluted columns, elliptical inscription panels. On larger
base, formerly railed. JOHN NEEMS, 1852.

A comparatively late set of memorials, but a compact group with both architetural and
historic value.

Listing NGR: SO7711801728

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Source: English Heritage

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