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Description: Monument to Henry Bradly in the Churchyard Approximately 0.5 Metres South of Monument to Hannah Brad
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 131688
OS Grid Reference: SO7672114905
OS Grid Coordinates: 376721, 214905
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8323, -2.3392
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SO 71 SE ELMORE -
4/30 Monument to Henry Bradly in the
churchyard approximately O.5m south
of monument to Hannah Bradly south
of Church of St. John
Chest tomb. Dated 1730. Limestone. Lyre-ended with 2 figures on
east end holding swag inscription panel and open book; west end has
3 winged cherub's heads on shell backing. Raised rectangular
inscription panels to sides with elaborately carved and undercut
borders, both flanked by putti. Cornice moulded top and cyma
moulded base. Inscribed on south side to Henry Bradly, died 1730,
and to other members of family on north side.
Listing NGR: SO7672114905
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Source: English Heritage
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