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Description: Hodges Carter Monument, About 14m North-East of North-East Chancel Buttress in Churchyard of Church
Date Listed: 7 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132266
OS Grid Reference: SO7068210684
OS Grid Coordinates: 370682, 210684
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7940, -2.4265
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ARLINGHAM CHURCH ROAD
SO 71 SW
2/8 Hodges Carter Monument, about 14m
north-east of north-east chancel
buttress in churchyard of Church of
Railed chest tomb. Richard Hodges Carter, died 1868. Limestone.
Stepped tent top with corner antefixae, moulded plinth on base
surrounded by tall railed enclosure set into plinth. Deep frieze,
angled in and carved in high relief with festoons, ribbons and
corner cartouches. Deeply recessed side and end panels, with plain
wreath to east, coat of arms to west, and Gothic-lettered
inscription to north.
Listing NGR: SO7068410681
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Source: English Heritage
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