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Description: Vale, Bodnum and Harris Monuments, About 15-20m South-East of South Porch in Churchyard of Church of
Date Listed: 9 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 132274
OS Grid Reference: SO7066810644
OS Grid Coordinates: 370668, 210644
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7937, -2.4267
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ARLINGHAM CHURCH ROAD
SO 71 SW
2/16 Vale, Bodnum and Harris Monuments,
about 15-20m south-east of
south porch in churchyard of
Church of St. Mary
Three pedestal tombs. From north to south: Joseph Vale 1787;
William Bodnum 1809; William Harris 1817. Forest limestone. Vale
and Bodnum are set together on a large base, formerly railed,
partially overgrown and breaking up at time of survey (November
1985). Vale - stepped cap with gadrooned top and acorn finial,
incised edge to flat top, tall moulded plinth, half-round ends.
Reeded frieze with centre rosettes, sides have raised ovals and
palm leaves, west end has wrapped raised oval, east end has high
relief of weeping draped putto under a tree next to a tomb with
urn. Partially overgrown. Bodnum - square, curved pyramidal cap
with reeded urn finial on flat top supported at corners by reeded
columns, broken to south west. Plain plinth, plain sides and ends
with incised headstone shape. Harris (slightly to south east) -
curved pyramidal cap with plain finial on flat top with incised
edge, tall moulded plinth on base which is breaking up. Indented
ends with fluted frieze and rosette and twisted astragal. Ribbon
and plain oval to east, oval with palm leaves to west and larger to
Listing NGR: SO7066810644
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