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Description: Three Hodges Monuments, About 7-11m South of South-East Nave Buttress in Churchyard of Church of St
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132270
OS Grid Reference: SO7066710658
OS Grid Coordinates: 370667, 210658
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7938, -2.4267
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ARLINGHAM CHURCH ROAD
SO 71 SW
2/12 Three Hodges Monuments, about 7-llm
south of south-east nave buttress
in churchyard of Church of St. Mary
Three chest tombs. From south to north: Thomas Hodges 170- and
Mary 1722; --------- Hodges 1729; Thomas Hodges 1768. All
limestone, flat tops with moulded plinth and capping, on bases.
Thomas and Mary - deeply splayed plinth and capping,lyre ends with
open book and cherub head to ends, rectangular panel with
elaborately carved projecting moulding and flanking drapery to
south, plainer similar to north, partially overgrown at time of
survey (November 1985).
------- Hodges - lyre ends with high relief cherub heads to west
and cartouche to east, oval carved cartouche and flanking floral
reliefs to north, rectangular moulded panel and flanking torch
reliefs to south.
Thomas Hodges - quarter balusters, cartouche ends and recessed
rectangular side panels.
Listing NGR: SO7066710661
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Source: English Heritage
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