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Description: Group of 4 Mainly King Family Monuments in the Churchyard Approximately 8m South East of Chancel Arc
Date Listed: 24 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 132117
OS Grid Reference: SO8397803145
OS Grid Coordinates: 383978, 203145
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7268, -2.2334
SO 8203-8303 WOODCHESTER NORTH WOODCHESTER
14/242 Group of 4 mainly King family
monuments in the churchyard
approximately 8m south east of
Chest tombs and 1 pedestal tomb. Early C17-early C19. Limestone
to chest tombs, sandstone to pedestal tomb. Group comprises: 3
chest tombs, 1 with plain ends, ovolo moulded top and chamfered
base inscribed in capitals with recessed background on south side:
'HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF / VRSVLA THE WIFE OF RICHARD KINGE WHO
DECE / ASED THE 30 OF IVLY ANNO / DOMINI 1630'; further early
inscription on west end and brass plate on east end to John King,
died of the Small-pox, 1794; 1 lyre ended chest tomb, inscribed to
Charles King, date illegible, and chest tomb with gadrooned corner
balusters, inscribed to ROBERT BALL, died 17--. Pedestal tomb
with oval side panels, inscribed to WILLIAM KING, died 1763.
Listing NGR: SO8397803145
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Source: English Heritage
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